A new management area for Api and OData feeds is now available. Customers now will be able
to fully manage their feeds, including filtering by feed, change their status (enabled/disabled),
change their authentication type, description name, etc.
Another main update and improvement is the ability to identify the feeds when they are
created and select the authentication type so we can address all the different use cases from
the different OData consumers.
PDF export in Dashboards
Now it is possible to download as a PDF a given Dashboard
It will give the possibility to select which widgets in the dashboard will be displayed in the
Now it is possible to set up an alert when the number of events of a given source is not
sending data or under a certain threshold.
Several improvements in chart widget usability
Information pop ups shown in multiple graphs opened
Drag, drop and order of the tags
Bug solved on widgets not being recoverable when they are moved off limits
Short cuts to make the Mark Graphs
When select rows in datatable mark in graphs with a "flag" with "stairs" style
Ability to save graphs into a png
Order in tooltips
Double click in graph signals (labels) must disable this signal
In graphs when x position dont have value the line must break not go to 0
Toolbar added in windows
Ability to maximize the window
Improvements on Send Data from Local/Dropbox
Support of windows file formats
Preview of unmatched lines during file evaluation task
New date formats added
New security feeds (Under demand)
We have added in selected domains new lookups that contains information about malware
and fraud threats based on a given IP.
This information is gathered daily from public OSINT (Open source Intelligence) sources
providing a rich source of information that can be correlated with events going well beyond
the current “reputation IP” available operations.
By now this lookups are only activated on demand on selected domains. Should you need their
activation please contact product management.
We now allow to upload files directly to Logtrust either from your Dropbox account or from your local file system (with a 20MB limit). You will be able to either upload files to start using Logtrust or to perform one-off analysis that require no continuous data ingestion. This new feature both enables you to use the current date as the event date or to select a date included in the log itself, supporting a big set of different date formats.
Topological view with Live Tiles
A new powerful tool has been added to complement the current finder. The tool will allow the creation of “panels” which will represent graphically a system infrastructure or process flow or whatever relationship that needs to be graphically represented. Once this is plotted each node of the panel can be linked with a query and/or an alert. This will provide a powerful high level tool to manage more complex architectures and its inherent relationships. Additionally you can include ?live data in the panels so you can track a given metric/status for analysis or surveillance.
Default finder in User Role creation
You can now associate a Default Finder when creating a new User Role.
Lookups restriction by table
It is possible now to restrict a lookup to be used only from certain tables only.
New operations available.
New Graph Widget configuration capabilities + new options
A new way to set the graph up has been implemented to compose more complex representations and make it more customer friendly. Now a graph is used to configure the final graph including the option of setting bidirectional relationships, indicate that node types are equal, making more obvious the latitude and longitude properties.
The way to introduce the metrics has also been redesigned to make it more appealing. And now the color of the nodes can be changed as well the icon appearance.
Improvements on ODATA
ODATA feeds have been improved with the following enhancements:
- Ability to indicate relative dates
- Ability to process in streaming
- Boolean data types added
- Fixes with some data types
- Improvements on memory usage
- Basic authentication on feeds
Now it is possible to define an alias for a given table and use the finder using Alias from that moment on.
Filter tables by activity
We have added the capability of hiding tables from the finder without activity for a given time period.
Secured OData feeds
The OData feeds will now have basic authentication. The default credentials will be set from Preferences > Account Preferences > API
Multi Factor Authentication
Now it is possible to enable Multi Factor Authentication (MFA) as an extra security mechanism on top of the current username and password validation. Using any of the mobile compatible applications you'll be prompted to enter a temporarily generated code to enter to your Logtrust account. This can be configured in Preferences, Account Preferences.
New smart table headers
Some of the tables across the app have a brand new header that allows to filter and sort at column level by just either clicking on the funnel icon or the up-down arrows. The sort mechanism is particularly handy as it allows to go to the last record without having to scroll down in a large set of data. Updates in Graph widget now it is available: a new option to compute node sizes as max(sum(incoming links), sum(outgoing links)) , new setting to specify links curvature. New map mode setting to show/hide unpositioned nodes, new setting to specify initial mode (graph or map), numbers use SI suffixes (K, G, M) by default now, limbo area is now delimited with a visible rectangle and a title.
New relays creation page
The relay creation page has been simplified and improved. Additionally the non valid options (Cloud relay and Secure sending) have been removed.
My.App tables creation
From now on the my.app tables are created automatically, and the formatting emails are not sent unless this is requested proactively by the user.
Union and injections now available in all domains
The union operation as well as the data injection capabilities are now available in all domains.
New Widget “Graph Diagram”
A new widget has been included in the product, by now only in the query area. It allows to graphically represent the relationship between nodes of a given type as, for example,the relationship between source and destination IPs in a web traffic log file. Additionally, if location information is provided to each of the nodes, the given graph can be overlapped on a map to get a graphical representation adding the location value to the nodes’ relationship.
New widget “Time Heatmap”
A new widget named “Team heatmap” is added to the product. Given a time analysis period and a time aggrupation a matrix is produced representing each cell the density of a given value with a color scale. This new widget is available both in the query area and in the dashboard