Noction releases NFA v23.09, featuring custom SSL/TLS certificates, MAC Address dictionaries, Mattermost support, and more.
Noction is pleased to announce the release of NFA version 23.09, packed with practical features to simplify and enhance network traffic analysis.
SSL/TLS Certificate Management
In the ever-evolving landscape of network security, we’ve enhanced the way users manage SSL/TLS certificates in NFA. We’ve introduced more flexibility, allowing users to select certificates that align with their specific security policies. Whether users prefer to stick with the built-in certificate or add a custom one, these options provide peace of mind in an increasingly complex digital environment.
MAC Addresses Dictionary
Efficient MAC address management is essential for maintaining network security and conducting effective troubleshooting. In NFA v23.09, we’ve introduced dedicated endpoints specifically for MAC address dictionary management. This enhancement allows users to assign custom names to MAC address records, ensuring they stay well-organized. This improved organization significantly enhances the efficiency of network analysis. Whether users are tracking device connections, identifying anomalies, or bolstering security protocols, the MAC address dictionary feature simplifies recurring network traffic analysis and reporting tasks, making them more streamlined and productive.
Mattermost Notification Channel Support
Efficient team collaboration is a crucial aspect of successful network management. In NFA 23.09, we’ve introduced support for Mattermost notification channels, providing a direct means of communication within your team. This feature allows you to keep all team members informed about critical network events and facilitates rapid collaboration when responding to incidents.
Other notable features and enhancements include improved HTTP/HTTPS proxy support, an option to show/hide percentile labels on graphs, visibility of add-on information on the licensing page, and more.