Trustwave Unpacker Release Notes

Last Revision: November 30, 2015

The Unpacker module is used by Trustwave SEG and Trustwave ECM. Updates are made available for recent versions through the Automatic Updates service. Each product release includes the current update of Unpacker.

Note: File extensions are provided in this document for reference only. The Unpacker extracts files based on their structure as determined by Trustwave File Type, and not by the file name or extension.

New Features

For more information about additional minor features and bug fixes, see the release history.

Features new in 2.3.1

Features new in 2.3.0

Release History

The following items have been changed or updated in the specific build versions of Unpacker listed.

2.3.3 (November 30, 2015)

UNPACK-69 In Unpacker 2.3.2, a specific file caused a fault in TNEF unpacking. Fixed.
UNPACK-71 Naming of unique unpacked files is improved to avoid false detection of file extensions.
UNPACK-72 Additional ODTTF files are recognized.

2.3.2 (November 23, 2015)

UNPACK-68 Unpacker version 2.3.1 with SEG version 7.3.X caused deadlettering of messages that had a message stamp applied. Fixed.

2.3.1 (November 12, 2015)

UNPACK-61 The number of base64 attachments that can be unpacked has been greatly increased by better naming of unique unpacked files.
UNPACK-62 Some attachments within TNEF messages were not unpacked. Fixed.
UNPACK-63 Header and footer entries within Excel 2007 documents are unpacked.
UNPACK-64 Office 2007 unpacking did not handle named namespaces. Fixed.
UNPACK-65 Unpacking of ASN1 objects incorrectly checked for zero lengths in some identifiers. Fixed.
UNPACK-66 The number of OLE objects allowed before deadlettering is increased from 16000 to 64000.

2.3.0 (November 4, 2015)

UNPACK-25 PDF unpacking continues if an error occurs in unpacking one part.
UNPACK-50 PDF unpacking adds page separators.
UNPACK-53 PowerPoint 2007 Show files (PPSX) are unpacked.

2.1.5 and 2.2.0 (May 3, 2015)

UNPACK-49 Messages with embedded EMF files could be deadlettered due to incorrect unpacking of the containing RTF files.

2.1.4 (April 21, 2015)

UNPACK-44 ODTTF files are recognized in XPS documents.
UNPACK-46 RTF files with section formatting properties were deadlettered.

Changes prior to those listed were mentioned in the Trustwave SEG or Trustwave ECM Release Notes.

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