With Service Pack 2, the following changes become effective:
New CAPL functions sysIsVariableTypeSigned and sysDefineVariableLongLong
Security (from CANoe 13.0 to CANoe 13.0 SP2)
Import of password protected PKCS#12 container in PKI profiles
Import of .cer files in PKI profiles
TLS master secret can be configured in Security Profile (random bytes, master secret)
Delivery of observer profile with installation
Observer handles null cipher communication
Support of ED22519 curve for TLS communication
Disabled ports are no longer listed in the Ethernet Bus Statistics Window and the ports are displayed in alphabetical order.
If the migration to network-based access is aborted, a ribbon button appears from which the migration can be initiated.
Support for displaying (basic) HDCP protocol data
Displaying of MPEG-TS protocol data
Simulation communication of SOME/IP and HTTP data over a DTLS secured UDP connection is displayed in decrypted form in the Trace view.
Improved check for the CAPL function ethResetStatistics channel parameter
The PCAP-NG time format is now by default in nanoseconds (ns).
PCAP/PCAP-NG logging can now be combined with MOST channels.
IP fragments of incomplete messages are no longer stored indefinitely. After reaching a certain memory limit, the oldest fragments are discarded. This prevents excessive memory usage of the application.
The assembly of SOME/IP-TP segments can be disabled with a CAN.ini switch to improve performance. The number of stored SOME/IP-TP segments can be limited to prevent excessive memory usage of the application.
CRC-16 is now supported for Fibex databases.
Visualization has been approved for Spat/Map messages
Updated J1939.dbc now integrates all new PGs from the current ISO11992-2 (2014) and ISO11992-3 (2020) documents, allowing easy simulation and analysis of ISO11992 communication.
Full support of the distributed mode
Performance improvements accessing files and displaying values in the CANopen Configuration window