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Attention (Jun 27 2022):
Support information for each Carbon Black Cloud Sensor has moved to VMware Docs. This UEX page will no longer be updated and has migrated to VMware Docs macOS User Space Functionality.
Each sensor is a distinct OER on VMware Docs and the links are provided below:
Im struggling so bad in finding the actual installer on this webpage.Ive been searching for the 184.108.40.206 sensor installer for mac for 30 minutes and Im just getting looped aroind on your information pages.
Where can I find the download?
I believe that the download would be available in your console.
@viktor_filipsso sensor downloads are always done directly through the console.
Endpoints > Sensor Options > Download Sensor Kits.
Is there any update on the user-space features? Some are estimated to be available in Q1, which would mean this month.
What about the ones that are planned or in development?
May I know your support plan for user-space features that have not been resolved yet?
Any new ETA on Sensor Uninstall Prevention & Sensor Tamper Prevention for the System Extension version of Carbon Black Cloud?
@srissland do you know if carbon black cloud sensor 220.127.116.11 supports Macos big sur 11.6?
@hamsik007 looks to be the case based on this article: https://community.carbonblack.com/t5/Documentation-Downloads/Carbon-Black-Cloud-sensor-macOS-support...
No mention of M1 yet
@bashir M1 support is still in Beta/Early-Access test status and has not been released yet.
[Carbon Black Cloud] Update on Apple Silicon Support
Does the above matrix still apply to sensor version 18.104.22.168 which supports macOS 12 Monterey?
The missing user-space functionalities for macOS 11, is it still missing for 22.214.171.124 as well?
Thanks in advance
@haro yes, the user space matrix is still applicable to 126.96.36.199 on Monterey.
@srissland those are news i would less like to hear , when will the required fixing will we finished ?
Is there suggestion or mitigation we use within the software ?
@srissland Is this still relevant for 188.8.131.52?
@srissland Never mind, saw your comment answering this
is this still relevant for M1 Big Sur devices on 184.108.40.206?
Because Tamper Protection seems to work... blocked my unloading of the daemon
@srissland Joining the question from @peterj : Here it says “We’re pleased to announce that support for macOS Monterey and native Apple Silicon operation will be available on all production environments on Monday, October 25th, aligned to Apple’s release of macOS Monterey.”So what is the status for Sensor Tamper Protection for Carbon Black Cloud Standard for both Apple Silicon and Intel on Monterey? The descriptions can be a bit misleading, and our management wants definite answers.
As of now seems like table above is outdated. At least Targeted Prevention(Terminate Process) works fine. Sensor Tamper Protection seems to be working just fine too. All test done on MacBook Air M1 Monterey 12.1 with sensor version220.127.116.11 .
Can you please update this table with latest supported functionality?
the document got updated..
but looks like Targeted Prevention(Terminate Process) is "In Process" status