SafeConsole 5.9.5 Hotfix ( - Released May 21, 2024


  • SafeConsole Cloud 

  • SafeConsole On-Premise


  • Fixed an issue when updating expired certificates
  • Improved database performance 
  • No longer hiding the “Disable users from resetting device” for trial users
  • Fixed various AD sync issues
  • MySQL 8 support

            *Requires enabling “legacy authentication method”*

SafeConsole 5.9.5 (5.9.109) Released September 6, 2023


  • SafeConsole Cloud 

  • SafeConsole On-Premise

New Features/Changes:

  • Improved visibility of important events in the audit logs. A new Priority column has been added in the Audit Logs tables to help prioritize which User Audit or System events should be visible first.

  • SIEM integration updates

  • Deprecating SIEM types Graylog and Common Socket

  • API logging improvements

  • PortBlocker policy changes - removed Language and Auto-Update options

  • Improvements on Password Policy suggestions to emphasis current best practices - phasing out the Strong Password option to support the new NIST Special Publication 800-63B (2017).

  • Message improvements on 2FA sign-up page

  • Translation improvements

  • Device storage size is displayed in GB instead of KB in downloaded .csv

  • Added support for devices that are soon to be released.

  • Policy table - Users, Drives, PortBlocker columns hidden in simplified view


  • Unicode: Fixed issue where the Unicode character encoding is shown instead of the actual Unicode.

  • Multiple PortBlocker policy filter improvements

  • Editing admin properties removed ADMINISTRATOR role

  • Cannot change Admin Roles

  • Remote Password Reset - support email length

  • Multiple bug fixes, performance, stability and security improvements

SafeConsole 5.9.4 Hotfix ( - Released February 21, 2023

Availability: cloud, on-prem

New Changes:

  • Custom Info export into .CSV/.xml file

    • Custom Info fields are now included in exported.csv/.xml device_export_listlog

Bug Fixes:

  • Device and admin log exports are now showing custom serial numbers

  • User Audit Logs can be filtered by email

  • Email address is saved in lowercase in Manage -> Drivers and User sections

  • User roles with disabled ‘Read server properties’ permission ,such as Support role, can view PortBlocker device list in the policy

  • Resolved an issue where the API tab was being displayed for SSO users. The tab has been hidden now.

  • On-Prem using MSSQL Server - resolved several issues: 

    • user details and device profile load properly

    • disabled devices can be re-enabled

    • able to search for the device serial number

SafeConsole 5.9.4 Hotfix ( - Released November 15th, 2022

*SafeConsole OnPrem Release ( - Released November 18th, 2022

New Changes

  • Added Server Settings - Device List Limit option. Controls Device List items to show in PortBlocker policy
  • Added server logs for:
    • Changing custom roles
    • Changing geolocations settings
    • Emailing user guide from User Details page
    • Adding or modifying OU entry from Policies section
    • Adding or modifying custom entry from PortBlocker section

Bug Fixes

  • Resolved an issue where certain users were not able to complete two-factor authentication setup, finish forced password change or expired password change
  • Improved loading the policy table in on-prem servers with a high number of OU paths
  • Resolved various custom role issues:
    • Add, Modify, Delete Device
    • OU-specific permissions access
  • Inherit policies are correctly labeled when a custom policy is created (on-prem fix only)

SafeConsole 5.9.4 Hotfix ( - Released September 28th, 2022

Security Fixes:

  • Fixed the authentication process for API Tokens (Requires new API Tokens to be generated)
  • System Message log events will show when new API Tokens are created and deleted.
  • A new toggle in Server Settings allows the owner account to disable and delete all API access on the server.
  • Prevent the generation of new API keys from the API interface.

SafeConsole 5.9.4 - Released July 11th, 2022

New Changes and Improvements:

  • New users can be added from Manage > Users > Add New User button
  • Added policy option "Disable users from resetting device" for K350 and DL4 (requires client v6.6+)
  • Added password policy option to support special characters for K350
  • Added auto-update support for Sentry 3 FIPS and Kingston DT4000G2DM (requires client v6.5.2+)
  • Added actions menu on factory reset devices
  • Improved user .csv import
  • Custom Device Information can be filtered/sorted in "Show Custom Fields" column in Manage > Drives  

Security Fixes:

  • log4j library upgrades

Bug Fixes: 

  • Email ID is now displayed in the user_log.csv file

  • Export as XML now works correctly in Admins and Users section

  • Log exports from the log_export API are now showing correctly in the .csv file

  • Custom Device Information is now displayed correctly in the Drive Details dialog and in the "Show Custom Fields" columns in Manage > Drives

  • Improved error message, "There was a problem connecting to server..." when adding new user with existing username to accurately show "Existing user with this username already exists. Please verify and try again".

  • Other bug fixes and changes for enhanced improvement and performance

SafeConsole 5.9.3 Hotfix-2 ( - Released December 10th, 2021

Security Fixes:

  • Updated Log4j2 Library to 2.15 to mitigate CVE-2021-44228

SafeConsole On-premise customers should update their SafeConsole installations immediately.

SafeConsole 5.9.3 Hotfix-1 ( - Released December 2nd, 2021


  • Fixed bug in Licensing system

SafeConsole 5.9.3 - Released November 30, 2021


For best practices, we recommend that Admins create a meaningful custom role name that lines up with your SSO App templates.  


SC_Administrators (custom role name) -> SC_Administrators (IDP User memberOf field)

New Changes and Improvements:

  • Overall faster response for all areas of the console
  • Audit Log exports now download as stream data

  • PortBlocker Improvements
    • Increased capacity for PortBlocker policies

    • New Device List Import system to import and approve SafeConsoleReady devices

    • New Dynamic Computer Name system to sync PortBlocker IDs to workstation names

  • Security Enhancements
    • Single-Sign-On improvements
    • Web and API Token improvements (note: new API Tokens will need to be regenerated)

Fixes and Other Changes:

  • Changes in the license system to support the new Starter Plan
  • UI improvements and enhancements 

SafeConsole 5.9.2 Hotfix-1 ( - Released October 15th, 2021


  • Bug fixes and improvements

SafeConsole 5.9.2 - Released August 16, 2021

New Changes and Improvements:

  • Multiple actions to be scheduled in Scheduled Actions.
  • Improved performance for Device Software Updates using Payload-Only Updates.
  • Improved performance for loading Geolocation data in Server Settings.

  • New features for PortBlocker v1.6+
    • New PortBlocker Policy options:

      • Background Stealth Mode: PortBlocker will remaining hidden in the background. The Client UI and Notifications will not be visible.

      • Custom Policy Refresh Interval: Customize the minutes between PortBlocker server policy refreshes.


  • Bug fixes and other changes for enhanced security

SafeConsole 5.9.1 - Released May 11, 2021

New Changes and Improvements:

  • N/A - This release is focused on fixing issues and internal improvements


  • Bug fixes and other changes for enhanced security

SafeConsole 5.9.0 - Released Apr 20, 2021

New Changes and Improvements:

  • Added support for new DataLocker K350
  • Improved Device Auto-Updater Policy and UI
    • Allows SafeConsole Administrator to Approve or Deny updated Device Client versions to be displayed within the Policy.
    • Updates can be saved locally so devices will only need to communicate with SafeConsole server during Auto-Update.
    • Improved layout for additional information regarding each update.
    • Allows Admin to specify Device Client version to be presented to devices from within Policy.
  • User Promote to Group Admin can now be disabled
    • By default, Custom Role-Based Security System allows admins to promote users to Group Admin to administer user(s) and device(s) within their path. This can now be disabled after enabling Custom Role-Based Security System.
  • New features for PortBlocker v1.5+
    • Notifications can now be set to "User Configurable" to allow users to have full control over notification(s).


  • Bug fixes and other changes for enhanced security