VMware Carbon Black Cloud 2.13.3 | 18 AUG 2022 | Build

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What's New

Purpose of this Release

The 2.13.3 Carbon Black Cloud Linux Sensor is considered a maintenance release with added support for RHEL 9.0/Oracle 9.0 major OS distro.

Product Enhancements

The following OS updates are included as part of this release for the following OS distributions: 

  • RHEL 9 
  • Oracle 9

Resolved Issues

This section lists defects that have been resolved in the 2.13.3 Carbon Black Cloud Linux Sensor.

  • CBC-19883: Resolved an issue where Ubuntu 22 displayed as “Unknown” in the console

  • PSCLNX-9867: Added changes to support Carbon Black Cloud Linux on RHEL 9.0/Oracle 9.0 distributions

  • PSCLNX-10776: Suppressed some unnecessary  verbose log messages to avoid flooding the logs

Known Issues

The following table lists the known issues and limitations present in the Carbon Black Cloud 2.13.3 Linux Sensor.Each item lists the sensor version when the issue was first reported. Issues are removed after they are resolved.

  • PSCLNX-10216: Upgrading from sensor versions 2.7.1 and older can fail in some situations because the cbagentd service fails to stop (sensor version found: 2.13)

    The workaround is to uninstall the sensor and reinstall the latest version.

  • PSCLNX-2710: The sensor does not support uninstall from the Carbon Black Cloud (sensor version found: 2.6.0)

    The sensor does not support uninstall from the Carbon Black Cloud. To uninstall, issue the following commands:

    • For CentOS, RHEL, SUSE, or Amazon Linux:
    rpm -e cb-psc-sensor
    • For Ubuntu:
    dpkg --purge cb-psc-sensor

    Note: The agent will still be listed in the Registered Devices list on the backend after running the command unless you choose Take Action > Uninstall.

  • PSCLNX-9707: Software upgrade log messages are not handled gracefully with unsupported distributions (sensor version found: 2.12)

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