Enclave Release 2024.4.30

Hey all, we’re releasing a new version of Enclave today, 2024.4.30. This is primarily a bug fix release to resolve some issues reported by customers, including:

  • Improved support for architectures which don’t support AESGCM or AVX instructions.
  • Corrected DNS handling to require additional validation.
  • Enabled authentication flow initiation via start command (use ‘–auth’ to opt-in).
  • Reduced Enclave memory usage across several platforms, including iOS.
  • iOS stability fixes.
  • All native binaries used by Enclave are now signed.
  • Reduce inotify usage on Linux.
  • Fixed handling of network adapters with a null interface index.
  • Resolved various fabric and miscellaneous application bugs and minor agent enhancements.

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.

If you require our unattended installers, you can download here


Please note, if you have not yet updated your apt/rpm signing key (see The following signatures were invalid: EXPKEYSIG A386D59E7C22F628), make sure you do so before updating.

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.


Our update is working it’s way through the App Store approvals process, and should be available shortly.


Our update is currently rolling out gradually via the Google Play Store.