System Requirements

This document lists the supported Operating Systems (OSs) for the Linux Agent and the Windows Agent.

Tip

Ensure your environment is compatible with the supported OSs.

Threat Stack Agent for Linux
Supported Agents

An explanation of the Threat Stack support policy is available in the Threat Stack Support Policy article.

Threat Stack supports the following Agents:

Notes

  • Due to a known Linux limitation, only one audit socket can be opened at a time to connect to the kernel’s audit system. As a result, any applications that create audit sockets, such as the auditd.service, conflict with the Threat Stack Agent over access to the audit system. The Linux Host Agent post-install scripts automatically disable auditd.service; however, due to Docker limitations, you need to manually disable auditd.service for the Container Agent. If you need to continue using auditd.service, then we suggest this workaround.
  • Based on the Threat Stack Support Policy, on August 15, 2020, Threat StackⓇ removed publicly available packages for Linux Agents versions 1.8.0, 1.8.0.C, and all previous versions. Publicly available packages for Linux Agent version 1.9.0 and later remain accessible.
Supported x86 Architecture

Threat Stack validates performance against the supported OS list. Customers who choose to use a different Linux OS will fall outside the Threat Stack Support Policy.

Threat Stack supports the following 64-bit Linux OSs:

Amazon  CentOS CoreOS Debian RedHat Ubuntu
Supported Versions Minimum Kernel Notes
amzn2-20181024 4.14
  • Only supported by Agent 2.x series.
  • Vulnerability Assessment unavailable.
amzn-2018.03 4.14 N/A
amzn-2017.09 4.9.51 N/A
amzn-2017.03 4.9 Only supported by Agent 1.x series.
Supported ARM 64-bit Architecture

Threat Stack validates performance against the supported OS list. Customers who choose to use a different Linux OS will fall outside the Threat Stack Support Policy.

Threat Stack supports the following ARM 64-bit architecture for AWS Graviton2 processors:

Amazon CentOS Debian RedHat Ubuntu
Supported Versions Minimum Kernel Notes
amzn2-20181024 4.14

Vulnerability Assessment unavailable.

Supported Containers

Threat Stack offers support for behavior and event monitoring on Docker containers running natively on the host.

Version Minimum Kernel Notes
Docker 1.8.0 - 17.03-ce 3.10 Supported for Linux Agent 2.3.3c and newer versions
Docker 1.8.0 - 19.03-ce 3.10 Supported for Linux Agent 2.3.2c and older versions
Threat Stack Agent for Windows Server
Supported Agents

An explanation of the Threat Stack support policy is available in the Threat Stack Support Policy article.

Threat Stack supports the following Agents:

Supported OSs

An explanation of the Threat Stack support policy is available in the Threat Stack Support Policy article.

Threat Stack supports the following Windows Server OSs:

  • Windows Server 2012
  • Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Windows Server 2016
  • Windows Server 2019
Threat Stack Container Security Monitoring for AWS Fargate
Supported Agents

An explanation of the Threat Stack support policy is available in the Threat Stack Support Policy article.

Threat Stack supports the following versions of the Threat Stack Container Security Monitoring for AWS Fargate:

Supported OSs

An explanation of the Threat Stack support policy is available in the Threat Stack Support Policy article.

Threat Stack supports the following AWS Fargate distributions:

  • 1.3.0
  • 1.4.0
Threat Stack Application Security Monitoring

Threat Stack AppSec Monitoring supports the following versions of Node.js, Python and Ruby on the following operating systems (OSs):

Node.js Python Ruby
Supported Versions Supported OS Minimum Kernel
Node v8 Carbon Ubuntu v14 (Trusty Tahr); v16 (Xenial Xerus); v18 (Bionic Beaver)
Node v10 Dubnium Ubuntu v14 (Trusty Tahr); v16 (Xenial Xerus); v18 (Bionic Beaver)
Node v12 Ubuntu v14 (Trusty Tahr); v16 (Xenial Xerus); v18 (Bionic Beaver)
Supported Browsers

The Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform (CSP) supports the latest versions of the following browsers:

  • Preferred: Google Chrome (latest stable release)
  • macOS Safari (latest stable release)
  • Mozilla Firefox (latest stable release)
  • Microsoft Edge (latest stable release)
Network Access

Threat Stack Agents require outbound access (TCP 443) to communicate to the platform.

  • app.threatstack.com (TCP 443)
  • cssensors.threatstack.com (TCP 443)

Review Configure Agent Network Access article for additional whitelisting instructions.

Note

Threat Stack does not support proxying our platform with customer environments.

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