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Cb Response Linux Sensor 6.1.5 Release Notes

Cb Response Linux Sensor 6.1.5 Release Notes

The Cb Response Linux Sensor 6.1.5 Release Notes document provides information for users upgrading from previous versions as well as users new to the product. It includes the following sections:

  • New Functionality – Describes new functionality introduced with this release.
  • Corrective Content – Describes issues resolved by this release as well as more general improvements in performance or behavior.
  • Known Issues and Limitations – Describes known issues or anomalies in this version.
  • Contacting Technical Support – Describes ways to contact Carbon Black Technical Support and what information to have ready.

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So, whats the package name so I can attempt (and probably fail) at getting the latest sensor package thought the convoluted update process.

How about adding a feature to display and give the SysOp the opportunity to download and make available any sensor version from right inside the GUI?  Thats a novel idea.  Then I can skip the who CLI nonsense and cryptic package names and go to town easy.

Release notes are posted in advance of the package being made available so customers can get a preview of what has changed. The release announcement will let you know when and where the package is posted -- the current plan is May 9. See [Cb Response] Cloud Update Notification: 6.1.5 Linux Sensor​. That might be a better place to file your enhancement request as well.

is there also somewhere a version available that can be installed trough yum repo ?

berte​ - the instructions are found at the document linked in Tim's comment above, working on getting this information into the release notes!

Thanks.

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