|Release Type||Release Number||Release Date|
|Original||CloudShark 2.4.2630||January 26th, 2015|
Happy New Year!
CloudShark 2.4 is here, and brings in the new year with support for running on CentOS 7! We’ve also added secure delete to give even more protection to the capture data stored on your system, a better monitoring target for your sysadmins, and upgraded to the latest tshark 1.12.3 while we were at it.
Thanks, and enjoy!
— The CloudShark Team
CloudShark now supports installing on version 7 of CentOS Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Fresh installations of CloudShark will work on these new operating systems!
CloudShark now defaults to running on both port 443 (HTTPS) and port 80. We have shipped a self-signed certificate that will be used by default. To learn more about setting up HTTPS access, and using your own certificates, please refer to: Enabling HTTPS on a CloudShark Appliance.
For situations where ensuring capture files are completely removed once they are no longer needed, CloudShark 2.4 introduces a “secure delete” feature to make deleted files unrecoverable after they have been deleted.
We strongly recommend you read more about the implementation and caveats associated with this feature on our secure delete documentation page.
CloudShark 2.4 introduces an endpoint for monitoring tools to use to check the
status of the application. Visiting
/monitor on the CloudShark appliance
will return a simple “OK” if the service is running. Anything other than “OK”
indicates a problem.
For people who make heavy use of comments and annotations, this release has
added a stand-alone page that you can link to for just that information. Visit
/captures/[capture_id]/annotations to read individual packet annotations and
file comments. This page will properly format and display
CloudShark 2.4 includes Wireshark 1.12.3. This version of Wireshark provides several bug fixes and updates protocol support for multiple protocols.
Read the upgrade instructions for information on obtaining the latest version of CloudShark.