released July 2022
Java Security update 1.8.0_342
released April 2022
Java Security update 1.8.0_332
released February 2022
Updated log4j library to version 2.17.1 to mitigate CVE-2021-44832, CVE-2021-45105, CVE-2021-44228, and CVE-2021-45046
Java Security update 1.8.0_322
released October 2021
Java Security update 1.8.0_312
released July 2021
Java Security update 1.8.0_302
released May 2021
Java Security update 1.8.0_292
Updated Apache Tomcat HTTP components
released January 2021
Java Security update 1.8.0_282
Updated Apache Tomcat to v9.0.39 for the remote/stand-alone installation of Reflection for the Web
released October 2020
Java Security update 1.8.0_272
Updated Tomcat, Spring, and Jackson libraries to the latest available security release for the remote/stand-alone installation of Reflection for the Web.
Added Reflection for the Web Launcher installers to the rweb-client.war file.
released September 2020
Resolved an HP emulation issue where a Host-initiated backspace incorrectly deletes screen content when the destructive backspace is enabled on the user's keyboard.
released July 2020
Java Security update 1.8.0_262
released June 2020
The keystoreLocation parameter correctly resolves the location of the private key and trust stores, when using the Reflection for the Web SDK.
released May 2020
All releases are cumulative, and contain the features introduced in earlier releases. See what’s new since version 13.0
The Reflection for the Web Launcher eliminates the requirement for Oracle Java and the Netscape Plugin API (NPAPI) for both administrators and end users.
Administrators: Session management in the no longer requires Oracle Java or the NPAPI. Sessions can be created and edited using the .
End Users: Since version 13.0, workstations no longer require Oracle Java or the NPAPI to launch sessions.
When sessions are launched using thea warning dialog is presented when the Links List Applet is closing and emulator sessions are still open, providing the user with the opportunity to abort the closure operation.
When an individual session is launched directly using thea second window may appear for authentication purposes. Once authentication succeeds, the second window is automatically hidden.
Added a Windows shortcut for the Reflection for the Web Launcher Settings application, which provides configuration of the Reflection for the Web Launcher.
Updated Management and Security Server (MSS) to version 12.6 SP1, which is required to manage and secure your Reflection for the Web sessions.
Updated Apache Tomcat to v9.0.33 for the remote/stand-alone installation mode
Updated Java to the latest available security release: OpenJDK 1.8.0_252
Removed Apache Struts dependency. Reflection for the Web is now a Struts-free product.
since Reflection for the Web 13.0 Hotfix 5
Resolved Security Vulnerability: CVE-2020-1938. See 7024547 for details.
When using the Reflection for the Web Launcher, you can use:
– the custom protocol named mfjnlp
– authentication via smart-card based certificates
– transparent authentication via Windows Single Sign-On
– Metering via HTTPS
The Links List displays only Reflection for the Web session types.
Improved support for web proxies.
Restored the ability to generate static HTML for Reflection for the Web sessions in the MSS Administrative Console.
Resolved the opening of embedded sessions in multiple tabs of the browser.
A 500 error may be reported by the server when thebutton is pressed when a session is launched directly.
Workaround: Refresh the browser page.
The upgrade process varies depending on the version you are upgrading from. For more information, refer to the Reflection for the Web Installation Guide - Upgrading.
The Reflection for the Web automated installer provides the option to install/upgrade both Reflection for the Web and the compatible version of MSS. Versions must be compatible to implement security updates and other functions.
Check to be sure these versions are compatible.
Reflection for the Web Launcher
When you upgrade Reflection for the Web, be sure to install the latest Reflection for the Web Launcher to be able to manage (Add or Edit) sessions in the MSS Administrative Console.
To update the Launcher, click Installing the Reflection for the Web Launcher in the MSS Installation Guide.when you launch a Reflection for the Web session, and run the installation wizard. See
MSS Add-on Products
The Security Proxy (or any MSS Add-on product) must be the same <major>.<minor>.<update> version as Management and Security Server (MSS). For example, when you upgrade to Reflection for the Web 13.1, which uses MSS version 12.6 SP1, be sure to upgrade the Security Proxy to version 12.6 SP1.
See the MSS Installation Guide -Upgrading for assistance.
When you run an evaluation copy, the product will be fully functional for 120 days. During that time you can install, configure, and test Reflection for the Web version 13.1.
Please contact Micro Focus or your authorized reseller to obtain the full-use version of the software.
Support resources include Knowledge Base articles and Contact Support information.
Reflection for the Web Documentation:
Management and Security Server (MSS) Documentation:
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