Wallarm Node 4.0 released and new SOC 2 Type II report
We are pleased to announce the release of a new version of Wallarm Node and the completion of our SOC2 Type II audit.
Here are some highlights on Wallarm Node 4.0.
- New CDN-based Deployment: Spin up new nodes in minutes right on the CDN edge to analyze traffic in the cloud.
- Token-based Registration: Release 4.0 enables you to register nodes with the token on any supported platform.
- Improved multi-tenancy mode.
New OS and Kubernetes Support
- Kubernetes Support: Wallarm Ingress controller is now based on the latest version of Community Ingress NGINX Controller, 1.2.1.
- New OS Support: Added support for AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux, and Oracle Linux 8.x instead of the deprecated CentOS 8.x.
- Improved Detection: Gain even more accuracy with an updated libdetection library.
- Customized Blocking Page: New layout and additional debug data.
Potentially Impactful Changes
- The Wallarm Node now uses port 443 instead of port 444 to connect to the Wallarm Cloud.
Wallarm Node 4.0 also incorporates dozens of other improvements. A more detailed changelog and instructions on safe module upgrade from previous versions are published in the official documentation.
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