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January 24, 2022

The January 24, 2022 release includes enhancements and fixes described in the topics below:


  • New Linux Agent has been released to production enabling customers to monitor Linux devices (in addition to the existing Windows and Mac support).  The following Linux distributions are supported: Ubuntu 18.04.6 LTS, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.5,CentOS Stream 8 and CentOS Stream 9.
  • Enhanced CPU usage algorithms for Windows Agents to improve performance on RDP and Terminal Servers where Microsoft's Fair Share Technologies are enabled.
  • Moved the Agent License key and URL locations to prevent failures in agent startup if the rocketagent.ini is missing or corrupted.

Log4j App

  • Updated the Log4j app to only create security incidents once when a vulnerable version is found and resolved by the administrator on a specific device and specific log4j library.  This will resolve customer issues where they may be running a vulnerable version of Log4j but they have put in place mitigations and do not want to repeatedly get new security incidents generated.  

Have I Been Pwnd Monitor

The option to specify a domain to monitor has been removed as HIBP does not support this type of API call in all circumstances.  Customers can specify a list of emails to monitor OR if the customer has RocketCyber Microsoft O365 Monitoring enabled, RocketCyber will automatically use those emails to pull data from HIBP (so there is no need to manually enter email addresses in the HIPB Monitor Configuration).

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