Category Archives: Cove Data Protection
N-able plans to release Cove Data Protection version 22.12 on Wednesday, Dec. 14. In response to customer requests, this release brings the capability for the Documents backup and recovery feature to support MacOS devices, in addition to Windows.
N-able is pleased to announce the release of Cove Data Protection version 22.11, which includes enhancements to the management console, availability of previously announced Microsoft 365 updates, and other bug fixes and improvements.
UPDATED NOVEMBER 2: N-able is aware OpenSSL.org released two vulnerabilities (CVE-2022-3602 and CVE-2022-3786) that affect OpenSSL version 3.0.0 and later and have been addressed in OpenSSL 3.0.7. After thorough investigation, our team has determined N-able’s products are not impacted by … Continue reading
On Oct. 19, N-able plans to release Cove Data Protection version 22.10, which will include enhancements to the management console, to Microsoft 365 protection, and to the Standby Image disaster recovery feature.
Sept. 14 N-able plans to release Cove Data Protection version 22.9, which will include the release of the new backup management console, as discussed when the early access preview began. With this version, the new dashboard will be the default, … Continue reading
This coming weekend, N-able will release Cove Data Protection version 22.8, with a new option for the Standby Image feature, as well as numerous security, UI and bug fix enhancements.
Cove Data ProtectionTM has released version 22.6, bringing enhancements, performance improvements and general availability of a new Standby Image feature.
Cove Data ProtectionTM now offers the option to participate in the beta of a newly redesigned main dashboard. This early access is only available to users of Cove, previously known as standalone Backup.
Welcome to the first release under our new name and brand: Cove Data ProtectionTM. As you have no doubt seen in the product and other places, we have changed the name and repositioned the product formerly called N-able Backup, but … Continue reading
Update after SWI noticeUpdated April 6, 2022 N-able has been closely monitoring details as they’ve emerged around the Spring4Shell vulnerability, which has received quite a bit of attention over the last week. The N-able security team began to investigate any … Continue reading