Here are the new features :
* Kernel module support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x and Cent OS 7.x distributions.
* Support for additional operating systems like Fedora 25 and 26. Debian 9 (Only on-demand scanning is supported for Debian 9. On-access scanning is not supported for Debian 9).
* Now you can use the command line to display the list of files
that are being scanned. For more information about using this feature, see McAfee KnowledgeBase article KB89711.
* Systems compliance status : You can now verify the on-access scan services and the kernel hooks status compliance of your systems. For standalone systems, you can verify the status
using the command line, and for managed systems, you can view the status from McAfee ePO. For more information on this, please refer the McAfee KnowledgeBase article KB89803.
Here are the fixes :
* The server non-responsive state issue is no longer experience.
* After the update tasks, the product no longer causes any system hang issue.
* The Autofs mounts are unmounted successfully according to the
defined time-out period.
* The engine errors are now self explanatory in product log.
* On managed systems, the DAT update task no longer remains in
Initiated state when the DAT is not available in the current branch.
* The isectp process now checks the disk space at the appropriate path, and starts successfully.
* The McAfee Endpoint Security for Linux Threat Prevention processes no longer become unresponsive during the product update.
To download Endpoint Security For Linux Threat Prevention 10.2.2 (ISecTP-10.2.2-1098-Release-standalone.tar.gz), go to the Product Downloads site at: http://www.mcafee.com/us/downloads/downloads.aspx.
For a full list of changes, see the Release Notes in [PD27257]: https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=PD27257.