Tableau Firmware Update Revision History for v7.26
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Revision:v7.26
Released:December 19, 2018
Affected Models:T6u, T7u, T8u, T356789iu, TX1

Description:

This release includes a firmware update for the Tableau Forensic Imager (TX1), Forensic SAS Bridge (T6u), Forensic PCIe Bridge (T7u), Forensic USB Bridge (T8u), and Forensic Universal Bridge (T356789iu). The changes are described below.

TX1 Forensic Imager - version 2.1

TX1 SD Card SHA-256 hash value: 6e1884946e2e6123459a356b58ed035a3f8f289da5ed6aa6a63f878a54a5aa72

Enhancements

  • Non-English language interfaces are now updated with the changes introduced in the previous TX1 2.0 release.

Issues Fixed

  • Acquiring an E01 image of a drive with a specific set of data may create E01 files that cause the TX1 to hang or fail during verification. [TBL-3189]
  • Acquiring an E01 image of a drive with a specific set of compressible data may fail. [TBL-3281]
  • File systems on Windows Dynamic disks using MBR partition style are not detected. [TBL-3285]
  • When the TX1 is configured with a subnet mask using numbers other than 255 or 0 and has a live network connection, the user interface may become sluggish and unresponsive and a 500 Internal Server error will eventually display. [TBL-3267]
  • Form input fields can be manipulated by JavaScript. [TBL-2958]

Forensic SAS Bridge (T6u) - version 2.1

New Features

  • The Accessible Max Address (AMA) feature set for ATA/ATAPI Command Set (ACS) - 3 based drives is now supported. [TBL-3057]
  • The alternative drive capacity identification method provided in the ATA/ATAPI Command Set (ACS) - 2 specification, is now supported. [TBL-3054]

Issues Fixed

  • Host Protected Area (HPA) removal may not function properly on some specific drives. [TBL-3175]

Forensic PCIe Bridge (T7u) - version 2.1

Issues Fixed

  • Host Protected Area (HPA) removal may not function properly on some specific drives. [TBL-3175]
  • A T7u in read/write mode will not accept writes from the destination USB port on a TX1. [TBL-3121]
  • Some PCIe AHCI SSDs that do not properly implement standard HPA/DCO information requests report incorrect HPA/DCO capacities. [TBL-2959]

Forensic USB Bridge (T8u) - version 2.1

Issues Fixed

  • Apple Mac devices that have only one LUN may not detect properly. [TBL-3166]
  • Devices with internal USB hubs, and devices connected to some USB hubs, may not mount properly. [TBL-3073]
  • Some non-standard USB drives are not detected. [TBL-2589]

Forensic Universal Bridge (T356789iu) - version 2.1

New Features

  • The Accessible Max Address (AMA) feature set for ATA/ATAPI Command Set (ACS) - 3 based drives is now supported. [TBL-3058]
  • The alternative drive capacity identification method provided in the ATA/ATAPI Command Set (ACS) - 2 specification, is now supported. [TBL-3055]

Issues Fixed

  • Host Protected Area (HPA) removal may not function properly on some specific drives. [TBL-3175]
  • Apple Mac devices that have only one LUN may not detect properly. [TBL-3166]
  • Some PCIe AHCI SSDs that do not properly implement standard HPA/DCO information requests report incorrect HPA/DCO capacities. [TBL-2959]
  • Some non-standard USB drives are not detected. [TBL-2589]
  • The Universal Bridge may fail to export the HDD/SSD LUN of some Apple MacBook Pro computers with an internal CD drive. [TBL-3072]
  • Devices with internal USB hubs, and devices connected to some USB hubs, may not mount properly. [TBL-3073]
  • When used with Tableau Imager (TIM), DCO disable steps are not consistent between SATA/SAS and SATA Gen3 ports. [TBL-3246]
  • The Universal Bridge connects to a Windows 10 computer at USB 2.0 speeds when duplicating some IDE drives. [TBL-1589]

Digital Intelligence UltraBay 4d - version 2.1

Issues Fixed

  • When used with Tableau Imager (TIM), DCO disable requests for manually exported drives are not supported. [TBL-3246]
  • Drive manufacturer and product name values are not displayed on the LCD for PCIe NVMe SSDs. [TBL-1556]
 
ModelTimestampVersion Code
T6uOct 19 2018 12:14:552.1.0
T7uOct 19 2018 12:14:552.1.0
T8uOct 19 2018 12:14:552.1.0
T356789iuOct 19 2018 12:14:552.1.0
TX1n/a2.1.0
 
ModelTimestampVersion Code
T6esFeb 20 2013 16:47:04n/a
TDP6Aug 10 2017 09:48:091.1.1
T8Jul 21 2011 18:03:02n/a
T8-R2Feb 19 2013 16:54:16n/a
T9Nov 10 2010 14:00:52n/a
T35eSep 12 2011 11:33:47n/a
T35esJan 23 2013 12:20:26n/a
T3iuSep 15 2015 11:21:22n/a
T35uSep 15 2015 11:19:41n/a
T35u-R2Sep 15 2015 11:20:35n/a
T35689iuJun 08 2015 11:43:21n/a
TDM1Nov 16 2015 13:04:26n/a
T3458isJun 15 2012 10:05:04n/a
T34589isSep 17 2012 15:22:39n/a
TDW1Sep 29 2011 13:39:38n/a
TD1Oct 24 2012 17:38:172.39
TD2May 02 2013 21:35:474.01
TD2uNov 28 2017 14:31:221.3.0
TD3n/a2.0.0

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