The February update will primarily consist of updates to our EDR suite; however, the much-anticipated launch of the TriVault SOC Tool will be coming in February as well. All enterprise organizations that request access to the TriVault SOC Tool will be provided this access at absolutely no cost. Individuals are not yet free to use this tool, unless sponsored by an organization.

In continuance of our previous update, throughout January and February, expect changes and adjustments to be made to the website. We are continuously adding new content, and will be releasing new pages almost daily. Along those lines, expect for the knowledgebase page to be live by February.

TriVault will also be preparing for the release of the updated client dashboard. This dashboard is not expected to be available until Q2, but some clients may see small changes earlier, or be asked to participate in a beta testing scenario.

Furthermore, here are some of the additional details pertaining to our February update:

We are excited to inform you that we are planning to have new releases over Comodo ONE and ITarian on Saturday (2019-01-19) morning! The release is expected to take 4 hours to deploy, during which time Comodo ONE and ITarian will be in maintenance mode.

Endpoint Management

New Features

  • New enrollment options for macOS Devices
    You can now enroll macOS devices to TriVault easier than ever. We have a bulk enrollment option for macOS now and have removed any requirements to set up an initial profile with TriVault for the engine prior to enrolling the devices.

    TriVault is not able to co-exist with other enrolled vendors for Apple devices. Apple only allows one third-party management application to administrate enrolled devices. Our update circumnavigates this issue. Most of our users will not be affected by this; however, some have requested to have multiple organizations manage their Apple devices. This will allow that.

  • Export functionality for Audit logs

    We added an exporting mechanism to Audit Logs section. This is for premium clients with access to the TriVault management engine. Furthermore, we have added the ability to directly upload these logs to Google Cloud’s data management tools in order to automate reporting on these using one of our pre-defined templates. Please contact us for more details on this if you have been granted the ability to access the management engine.
  • Rebranded Android and iOS mobile agents

    The iOS and Android agents will be renamed as ‘Mobile Device Management Client’, published by TriVault. The following branding changes will apply to iOS and Android agents:
    • Agents renamed as ‘Mobile Device Management Client’
    • Endpoint Manager branding and logos used on all agents
    • TriVault LTD added as the publisher of the clients

      The clients will be distributed via the update if and only if additional changes to devices are necessary (patching, reboot, etc.), otherwise these changes will not be sent out for mobile devices until they have a status indicating a pending change.


  • Support for the latest operating systems

    We continue to develop TriVault as the platform which lets you manage every interactive device on your network. In addition to the existing list, you can now enroll devices which run the following operating systems:
    • Linux CentOS 7
    • macOS 10.14
    • Windows Server 2019

Bug Fixes 

Fixed the issue of filtered view of devices when an installed app name is clicked from inside device details->installed apps section.

Remote Tools

New Features

  • We have introduced a new endpoint encryption technique that is only used by TriVault. This tool is external to the normalized endpoint management engine, but does have the ability to report to our EDR system. This has also improved our remote capabilities as we connect via a customized encrypted stub now as well as a normalized encrypted tunnel.
  • We have introduced an anti-ddos feature that is applied during remote sessions that redirects traffic and prevents any shared sessions from being force-dropped.

Remote Tools


  • Support for the latest operating systems. In addition to the existing list, we can now remote into machines which are running on macOS 10.14.

Bug Fixes

  • There was a UI display issue when administrators connected to a MacOS Sierra device.
  • Mac devices were showing offline in Remote Control application, however, devices were online in our endpoint management engine. This is also fixed and available within the February release.

Vulnerability Management

New Features

  • It’s now easier than ever for us to create a vulnerability and patch management procedure! We have made multiple GUI updates to our software to allow us to rapidly deploy patches.

Bug Fixes

  • Some patch date information was showing incorrectly on our portal. This is now resolved.
  • Some of our globally-installed software inventory management devices were reporting 0 installations when they had multiple. We have since fixed this.
  • Skype 7.40.151 on Windows 10×64 was not uninstalling via our portal. This is resolved.
  • Even though patches were installed on endpoints, our suite may have incorrectly reported that they were not installed. This is resolved.
  • All patches are now deploying properly to singularly identified devices.
  • Patch-exempt clients have received the correct re-branded endpoint engine.

Please note that beyond these standardized changes, we have also improved multiple bugs, performance, and made new enhancements to the TriVault endpoint client. Different organizations will receive this client via an update on the next major pending action, like a patch of restart. For clients that are patch-exempt or do not restart machines/servers, you will not receive the update unless it is forcefully pushed down via our endpoint management engine. We will not be forcing these updates down, but will require this update to be considered mandatory by the end of Q1. Please contact us for any additional accommodations.