|Release Type||Release Number||Release Date|
|Original||CloudShark 1.8 build 1353||May 10, 2013|
|Maintenance||CloudShark 1.8 build 1372||May 17, 2013|
|Maintenance||CloudShark 1.8 build 1420||June 18, 2013|
New Features and Highlights
Migration to CentOS / RHEL 6.x base operating system
CloudShark 1.8 now requires a 64 bit version CentOS or RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6, both of which are popular Linux distributions with a focus on security and long-term stability. CloudShark 1.8 does not support Ubuntu, and existing systems running version 1.7 or earlier will have to migrate to a CentOS or RHEL system prior to installing CloudShark 1.8. Please see our migration instructions or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CloudShark is compatible with CentOS or RHEL versions 6.0 through at least 6.4, and
all installation types, ie minimal install, full desktop install, etc.. We
recommend a minimal install of the latest available CentOS or RHEL 6.x release and
any available security updates. To update an installed CentOS or RHEL system,
run the command
su; yum upgrade.
For more information on CentOS or RHEL, or to obtain installation media and instructions, please visit the CentOS or RHEL websites:
New CloudShark Lounge
CloudShark users migrating to version 1.8 will be set up with accounts on the new CloudShark Lounge. The CloudShark Lounge is a fully automated user portal for CloudShark 1.8 that makes it easy for users to activate and manage their CloudShark licenses and download and install new releases. If you are interested in installing CloudShark 1.8 and would like an account on the CloudShark Lounge, please contact email@example.com.
Streamlined upgrade and installation procedure
CloudShark 1.8 is installed by running a script available to registered users in the CloudShark Lounge. This script configures the operating system with a CloudShark repository and a CloudShark specific system administrator interface (the ‘admin interface’). The admin interface connects to the CloudShark repository and Lounge to register and license the system. Following the one-time registration and licensing step, the core CloudShark software is installed. At this point the CloudShark appliance is fully activated and ready to use.
Support for spurious tcp retransmissions display filter
Patched tshark to support a new display filter, tcp.analysis.spurious_retransmission, for viewing spurious tcp restransmissions.
Upgraded to tshark 1.8.6
CloudShark 1.8 has been upgraded to tshark 1.8.6, which includes security updates and new protocol dissector support.
Updated support site
http://support.cloudshark.org has been updated with an improved layout and better search and navigation. Check it out and let us know what you think!
Bug Fixes and Notes
- Updated the protocol hiearchy analysis tool to handle packets with more than 15 levels.
- Resolved an issue when typing information into pop-up boxes using an iPad or mobile device.
- Resolved an issue where the (info icon) on the main capture index was not opening the Capture Information dialog box.
- Resolved an issue preventing some users from saving annotations on capture files that had been uploaded from a Meraki device.