v6.9.2 Release Notes
- Corrected an issue that prevented Node Collector v6.9 from retrieving machine tag information from Kubernetes clusters.
v6.9 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.
- Ubuntu 23
- Kubernetes 1.28
Support for collecting additional cloud service provider metadata - Starting in this release, the agent collects the following additional metadata for the AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud instances on which the agent is installed.
Cloud Service Provider Metadata Note AWS
- Organization ID
The AWS EC2 instance must have the DescribeOrganization IAM permission to retrieve the metadata. For more information, see Configure Access to Tags and Metadata in AWS. Azure
- Subscription ID
- Tenant ID
- Organization ID
- Folder ID
The GCE instance must have the resourcemanager.projects.get IAM permission to retrieve the metadata.
Support for configuring the Linux agent from the Lacework Console - Previously, you had to manually update the config.json file on every host to modify the Linux agent configuration. You can now use the Lacework Console to specify the configuration for all agents that use a specific agent token. Any new agent that you install using the token will also use the same configuration. For more information, see Configure Linux Agent Behavior in the Lacework Console.note
The settings in the config.json file take precedence over the settings in the Lacework Console. So, you can continue to manually update the config.json file on every host if you prefer. However, Lacework recommends using the Lacework Console to configure the agent because it makes it easier to quickly change settings for a large number of agents.
6.7.6 Release Notes
- Corrected an issue that prevented some diagnostic data from being sent to the Lacework platform.