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What’s New?

Your EO.workspace experience is improving as we work on performance optimization and release new features. Here’s an account of key improvements you’ll find in the latest 6.3 version.

Integrated Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) adds an extra layer of security to the login process, by requiring a second factor in addition to their usual credentials. In addition to the previous SAML support, EO.workspace now offers an integrated solution based on TOTP (Time-based one-time password).

Content Security Policy

Use Content-Security-Policy (CSP) HTTP headers to help reduce cross-site scripting (XSS) risks and other attacks on modern browsers by declaring how dynamic resources are allowed to load. CSP is an added layer of security that helps to detect and mitigate certain types of attacks, including XSS and data injection attacks. These attacks are used for everything from data theft, to site defacement, to malware distribution.


Ensure the security of your environment by quarantining possibly compromised servers. When a server is quarantined, all current sessions are logged out and no new sessions are accepted in that server, ensuring that users do not access a compromised server. A server can be quarantined manually by accessing the solution’s administration interface or, if configured, automatically when a security event is triggered.


There is a clear advantage in being able to use low-cost hardware, or reuse used/old machines as EOW access devices in the organization, not only for cost optimization but also for ease of management. This concept of self-contained EOW clients allows machines to be easily set up and replaced as needed, facilitating scaling of operations as more users can be provided with the necessary hardware and software to access EOW with minimal cost and setup.

There's more: 42 improvements, fixes and optimizations. Partners and customers can find out more in our support portal.