Enclave Release 2023.4.25

Hey all, we’re releasing a new version of Enclave today, 2023.4.25. This is primarily a bug fix and stability improvement release:

  • Switch from bash to sh for automation of Linux configuration for better POSIX compatibility.
  • Resolved issue with fixed local ports not being respected.
  • Ensure that Enclave continue responding to DNS requests when peers disconnect.
  • Improve Enclave support for certain captive portal networks.
  • Improve logging of external processes launched by Enclave.
  • Make sure Enclave adapter can be correctly configured on Windows 7.
  • Ensure Android platforms can reliably recover from a network change.
  • Improved DNS reliability on vairious platforms.
  • Ensure log levels can be reset without admin rights.

We’d encourage everyone to update to the latest version.

Thanks, and happy networking!


To update to the latest version on Windows, you can click the upgrade prompt in the Enclave Tray app, or you can download directly from here.


To update on apt-compatible distributions, you can run sudo apt update & sudo apt install enclave to get the latest version.

On RPM Based Distros run dnf upgrade enclave or yum upgrade enclave

On all other distributions, head to the portal for installation instructions.


On macOS, run brew upgrade enclave to get the new version.

If anyone has issues/questions with the release, feel free to comment here.


Any chance we might see an auto-update feature in the near future? Or, is there one and I’ve just missed it? Thanks much!

One more question/request - Is it possible for you folks to hook up with ThreatLocker and provide details around your installers and application? ThreatLocker is currently blocking most updates, which requires us to run it manually and scan/track the install/update to approve it. A lot of our vendors work directly with ThreatLocker to ensure they are “white-listed”, which is extremely helpful and provides another layer of safety. Thanks in advance for your consideration!!!

Hi Cary,

Really sorry no-one replied to you, we missed the notification from your post!

We are actively working on auto-update, yes, and thank you for your note about ThreatLocker; we have a couple of application assessment tools in our list to submit each build to; we’ll make sure ThreatLocker gets added to the list.