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December 2022 Linux Agent Release

v.6.2

Release Notes

  • Ecosystem certification - Lacework now supports the following new certified ecosystems, allowing you to deploy agents to these environments with assurance that there are no security gaps in your workloads.

    • Alpine Linux 3.16.2
    • CBL-Mariner 2.0
    • Google Container-Optimized OS 101
    • Kali Linux 2022.3
    • Kubernetes version 1.25
    • SUSE 15 SP4
  • Support for retrieving user-defined labels on Google Compute Engine (GCE) instances - For more information, see Configure Access to Labels in Google Cloud.

  • Support for using the Lacework CLI to install the agent on all AWS EC2 instances on which the agent is not installed - The Lacework CLI now supports the following commands to install the Lacework agent on all the AWS EC2 instances on which the agent is not installed.

    CommandDescription
    lacework agent aws-install ec2icUses EC2 Instance Connect to securely connect to EC2 instances and install the agent.
    lacework agent aws-install ec2sshUses SSH to securely connect to EC2 instances and install the agent.
    note

    These commands are supported only for EC2 instances with public IP addresses that are open to the Internet on port 22.

  • Support for using the Lacework CLI to install the agent on all Google Compute Engine (GCE) instances on which the agent is not installed - The Lacework CLI now supports the following command to install the Lacework agent on all the GCE instances on which the agent is not installed.

    CommandDescription
    lacework agent gcp-install oslUses the GCP OSLogin service to securely connect to GCE instances and install the Lacework agent.
    note

    This command is supported only for GCE instances with oslogin enabled in metadata and with public IP addresses that are open to the Internet on port 22.