* Under specific circumstances the service would stop very slow.
* If network connection was temporarily unavailable the first CPU value after network came back told 100% CPU load.
* The temporary files for storing public/private keys are now being created with very restrictive file permission in Linux. So only the owner will be able to read/write these temporary files. Although these files would exist only for a fraction of second, in earlier versions of MONyog other users in the same Linux system could get access to them within that small timeslice.