Changelog for version 1.0.0#
User interface changes#
Force directed graphs - FDGs for graphing relationships between edges and nodes. Tremendously useful for high level insights into entry relationships such as network asset discovery based on passive observation of network connections.
Added zoom and pan controls to FDG
Now supports highlighting of nodes and selection via doubleclick
Syncing of searches upon zoom should be more consistent
Better notifications and UX on searches-to-tiles management
Better error handling and notifications
Improved search progress UX
Much better handling of window resizing – rotating from portrait to landscape on mobile should no longer be super ugly
Added support for area charts
Pixel pushing…a lot of pixel pushing.
Numerous other bug fixes and enhancements
Backend and Ingester changes#
Added Admin control panel to see users active queries and users total storage usage
Admin to terminate user searches
Added ability to search on and exclude empty matches
Enhanced the math modules to be context aware.
Type now transparently merge in the pipeline.
Stacked math modules condense appropriately.
Fixed installer bug where network capture would fail to recognize and use an old config file
Fixed issue where repeating a search would use a processed query, removing user formatting
Fixed issue with installer where web files did not receive the correct permissions
Enhanced pipeline transport reducing memory pressure
Throughput increased by up to 30%
Fixed issue where members of a group could delete dashboards they did not own
Enhanced licensing system to detect and thwart clock rollbacks
Slice search module now support relative slice bounds
Network log ingest module appropriately detects and removes Linux SLL headers
Added ingester log path for metrics on ingester behavior
Fixed a potential livelock on ingesters when cache is heavily utilized
Enhanced table renderer to intelligently sort using previous module hints
Open-sourced components with BSD license.
802.11 & modbus support in packet module.
‘eval’ module provides a basic dynamically-typed programming language for use in search queries.
‘limit’ module allows user to place hard limits on the number of entries returned in a search.
Federator to move data across trust boundaries.
Improved documentations and examples throughout.