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CloudShark 3.11.0

February 16, 2023

As of Feb 1st, 2023 CloudShark 3.8 is now considered End of Life. CloudShark customers with a perpetual license may continue to run 3.8 unsupported but are encouraged to upgrade.

New Features

Rocky Linux 8 Support

CloudShark 3.11 adds support for Rocky Linux 8 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8. Support remains for upgrading CloudShark on CentOS/RHEL 7, but new installations should start with Rocky 8.6 or newer.

Migrating your existing CentOS 7 server to Rocky 8 is not required at this time (CentOS 7’s End-of-Life date is currently June 30th, 2024). However, if you are ready to move your installation to a new Rocky 8 host, we have put together these migration instructions to help guide you.

Docker Upgraded

Our base Docker image has also been updated to be based on Rocky 8 (rockylinux:8.6.20227707). When upgrading your docker deployment the underlying storage volumes remain independent of the OS and will not be affected.

Wireshark 3.6.11

This version of CloudShark brings along Wireshark 3.6.11 under the hood. The 3.6 series of Wireshark is the last to support running on CentOS 7. If you need to compile your own customer dissectors against this version of Wireshark, you may download the source tarball here.

Bug Fixes

  • Fix a “Digest Mismatch” error in certain SAML configurations
  • Correctly handle scenario where Zeek runs but does not produce any log files
  • Visual improvements to empty Follow Stream logs
  • Include HTTP error messages in the log file when importing via URL fails
  • Better checking if the installer is running on the correct OS
  • Replace the expired default nginx TLS certificate with a new unexpired one.
  • Allow more than 50 display filters when importing a Wireshark profile


Users upgrading to 3.11 from CloudShark 3.9 and later should refer to the Upgrade guide.