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Carbon Black Cloud Linux 2.5.0 Release Notes

Carbon Black Cloud Linux 2.5.0 Release Notes

The Carbon Black Cloud Linux Sensor 2.5.0 Release Notes document provides information for users upgrading from previous versions as well as users new to the product. It consists of the following sections:

  • New Features
    • Enhanced Investigations with CB ThreatHunter
    • Linux Group Support
  • Fixed in this Release
  • Known Issues

Go to the following link for supported distributions: Carbon Black Cloud sensor: Linux sensor support

GA date: Oct 31st, 2019

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Now we need the ability to use these Operating Systems in the selection criteria for Sensor Groups.   Is that in the works?  ETA?

There doesn't appear to be Proxy support for the Linux CbTH sensor, is that correct?    Is there an ETA on when it would be added?  I think this would be essential for any cloud based sensor.

@hhendrickson support for Sensor Groups by Operating Systems is in progress. Our current ETA is Jan-Feb time frame. 

@bhansen Please see the following Knowledge Base on Linux proxy support: CB PSC: How to Deploy the PSC Sensor on Linux Environments With Proxies. Authenticated proxies are not supported at this time. 

@mlindeThank you, this is what I was looking for.  Please know we are eager for the 'Authenticated Proxy' feature. 


Thank you

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