Summary of Changes/Improvements
5.4.2 - This minor release addresses an issue where the agent could, in rare circumstances, incorrectly identify the container associated with a connection in a multi-container K8S pod.
Origin value for packages.lacework.net now set as Lacework - The
Originvalues are now set to
Laceworkon agent packages instead of the OS value. Issue a
sudo apt update -ycommand to overwrite package repo information in the local apt cache to reflect the updated
Originfields, and use the newly generated repository.
Enhanced Lacework Helm chart configurations - Starting in Agent v5.4.1, you can configure custom labels to the agent Helm chart. You can also reference existing secrets in your Helm charts (instead of creating a new secret).
Add proxy configuration to Agent Helm charts - Lacework supports a new
proxyUrlparameter that specifies a proxy server URL to route agent traffic.
Allow custom labels to be added to Helm chart - Lacework allows you to associate customized labels to resources created by the Helm chart to distinguish and identify the resources with a new
Ecosystem certification - Lacework now supports the following new certified ecosystems, allowing you to deploy agents to these environments with assurance.
- Flatcar Container
- Azure Kubernetes (AKS)
Use Ubuntu 21.04 images for datacollector docker images - Lacework now uses Ubuntu version 21.04 as the base image for the agent’s Docker image. Previously, the Docker images were based on Ubuntu version 18.04.
Modify the Install script of the Lacework Docker Agent on a GCE host - You can now use the agent install script to install a Dockerized agent on a GCE host. See Install on a GCE Host for details.