CrashPlan version 3.5.2 is a minor release that includes a number of enhancements and fixes.
The software will upgrade automatically and no action is required on your part. However, there may be a delay of up to a few days for your installation to upgrade.
Important information for Mac OS X v10.4 (Tiger) users:
Official support for running CrashPlan on Mac OS X v10.4 (Tiger) has ended. CrashPlan will not upgrade to version 3.5.2 on Macs running Tiger. Backups and restores will continue to function. Please view full details in our Announcements forum.
- Java 7 Support*
- OS X Retina Display Support
- Updated EULA in the CrashPlan installer (view EULA online)
- Updated translations for Japanese, Portuguese, Chinese (Simplified) and Chinese (Traditional)
*Java version 1.7.0_06-b24 and later
- Corrected display of backup set names when names have hanging characters
- My Account at www.crashplan.com now properly remembers the email address when Remember Me is enabled
- Improvements to Adopt a Computer when performing a cross-platform adoption
- Mac menubar longer disappears after the system wakes from sleep
- Fixed an issue with web restore affecting some users
- Added warning message when upgrading security to 448-bit custom key when entered key is less than 448-bits
- Help link in Adopt another computer window now goes to the correct documentation and no longer displays an error
- You now receive a prompt when you change your custom 448-bit encryption key
- CrashPlan no longer says “Cannot connect to the backup engine” occasionally after installation
- Solaris 10 installs no longer throw SWT exceptions