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Guide for Linux user

  • Installing Endpoint Next-Gen Antivirus powered by Crowdstrike

    This guide details on how you could perform agent self-installation for Endpoint Next-Gen Antivirus powered by Crowdstrike. Before you start installing, please check the supported Linux OS version.

     

    Step 1: Download the Linux OS installer

    Download from ArmourZero console

    1. Go to Subscription under MANAGE section and select the subscription.

    Subscription NGAV CS.png

    2. Download the installer package and copy the unique license key.

    Console download NGAV CS.png

     

    Step 2: Installing Linux OS installer

    1. Turn on the terminal by pressing the super key, go to the left-hand side application pane, and click the "Terminal" icon. Alternatively, you can search for Terminal in the search area and click the "Terminal" icon.

    2. Login into Linux host as root before proceeding with the installation.

    terminal_guide_2.gif

    3. Go to the installer location, substitute <installer_package> with your installer’s file name, and run the command. Use these commands based on your kernel version.

    Crowdstrike_install.png

     

    Ubuntu:

    sudo dpkg -i <installer_package>

     

    RHEL, CentOS, Amazon Linux:

    sudo yum install <installer_package>

     

    SLES:

    sudo zypper install <installer_package>

     

    4. Substitute <CID> with your CID to set CID on your sensor. Use this command.

    sudo /opt/CrowdStrike/falconctl -s --cid=<CID>

    Note: Reach out to ArmourZero for the CID key

     

    5. Manually start your sensor

    Hosts with SysVinit:

    service falcon-sensor start

    Hosts with Systemd:

    systemctl start falcon-

     

    Congratulation, Crowdstrike's agent is now successfully installed and you are protected with Endpoint Next-Gen Antivirus powered by Crowdstrike. Kindly inform your IT department accordingly. 

     

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  • Installing Endpoint Protection with EDR and Threat Intelligence powered by Crowdstrike

    This guide details on how you could perform agent self-installation for Endpoint Protection with EDR and Threat Intelligence powered by Crowdstrike. Before you start installing, please check the supported Linux OS version.

     

    Step 1: Download the Linux OS installer

    Download from ArmourZero console

    1. Go to Subscription under MANAGE section and select the subscription

    Subscription EDR CS.png

    2. Download the installer package and copy the unique license key.

    Console download EDR CS.png

     

    Step 2: Installing Linux OS installer

    1. Turn on the terminal by pressing the super key, go to the left-hand side application pane, and click the "Terminal" icon. Alternatively, you can search for Terminal in the search area and click the "Terminal" icon.

    2. Login into Linux host as root before proceeding with the installation.

    terminal_guide_2.gif

    3. Go to the installer location, substitute <installer_package> with your installer’s file name, and run the command. Use these commands based on your kernel version.

    Crowdstrike_install.png

     

    Ubuntu:

    sudo dpkg -i <installer_package>

     

    RHEL, CentOS, Amazon Linux:

    sudo yum install <installer_package>

     

    SLES:

    sudo zypper install <installer_package>

     

    4. Substitute <CID> with your CID to set CID on your sensor. Use this command.

    sudo /opt/CrowdStrike/falconctl -s --cid=<CID>

    Note: Reach out to ArmourZero for the CID key

     

    5. Manually start your sensor

    Hosts with SysVinit:

    service falcon-sensor start

    Hosts with Systemd:

    systemctl start falcon-

     

    Congratulation, Crowdstrike's agent is now successfully installed and you are protected with Endpoint Protection with EDR and Threat Intelligence powered by Crowdstrike. Kindly inform your IT department accordingly. 

     

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  • Installing Endpoint Antivirus powered by WithSecure
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  • Installing Endpoint Protection with EDR powered by WithSecure

    This guide details on how you could perform agent self-installation for Endpoint Protection with EDR powered by WithSecure. Before you start installing, please check the supported Linux OS version.

     

    Notes:

    WithSecure is formerly known as F-Secure

     

    Step 1: Download the Linux OS installer

    Download from ArmourZero console

    1. Go to Subscription under MANAGE section and select the subscription

    2. Download the installer package and copy the unique license key.

    Console download EDR WS.png

     

    Step 2: Installing Linux OS installer

    1. Turn on the terminal by pressing the super key, go to the left-hand side application pane, and click the "Terminal" icon. Alternatively, you can search for Terminal in the search area and click the "Terminal" icon.

    2. Login into Linux host as root before proceeding with the installation.

    terminal_guide_2.gif

    Notes

    There are 3 different packages depending on your system which are

    • DEB Package - for Debian and Ubuntu systems
    • RPM Package - for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, Oracle Linux, Amazon Linux, and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server systems

    WithSecure installer - automatically install and activates the account on suitable systems

    3. Navigate to the installer location. To install the program, run the command depending on the package downloaded

    • DEB Package: dpkg -i f-secure-linuxsecurity.deb
    • RPM Package: rpm -Uvh f-secure-linuxsecurity.rpm
    • WithSecure installer: ./f-secure-linuxsecurity-installer --subscription-key SUBSCRIPTION-KEY

    fsecure_install.jpg

    Notes

    When using the WithSecure installer, a licence key can be used by renaming the file, for example:

    f-secure-linuxsecurity-installer-[SUBSCRIPTION-KEY]

    This action will prevent running the installation package with additional command-line arguments.

     

    Congratulation, WithSecure's agent is now successfully installed and you are protected with Endpoint Protection with EDR services. Kindly inform your IT department accordingly. 

     

    Contact your IT department should you have any further questions or need assistance.

     

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  • Installing Patch Management powered by Automox

    This guide details on how you could perform agent self-installation for Patch Management powered by Automox. Before you start installing, please check the supported Linux OS version.

     

    Step 1: Download the Linux OS installer

    Download from ArmourZero console

    1. Go to Subscription under MANAGE section and select the subscription.

    Patch Automox Subscription.png

    2. Download the installer package and copy the unique license key.

    Patch Automox console download.png

     

    Step 2: Installing Linux OS installer

    1. Turn on the terminal by pressing the super key, go to the left-hand side application pane, and click the "Terminal" icon. Alternatively, you can search for Terminal in the search area and click the "Terminal" icon.

    2. Login into Linux host as root before proceeding with the installation.

    terminal_guide_2.gif

    3. Replace the "YOUR-LICENCE-KEY" with your licence key that you copied and run this command on your terminal to start the installation.

    curl -sS https://console.automox.com/downloadInstaller?accesskey=YOUR-LICENCE-KEY | sudo bash

    Avanan_install.jpeg

    4. Finally, to start your agent, use the command below 

    sudo service amagent start

    Avanan_start.jpg

     

    Congratulation, Automox's agent is now successfully installed and you are protected with Patch Management services. Kindly inform your IT department accordingly. 

     

    Contact your IT department should you have any further questions or need assistance.

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  • Installing Web Protection powered by DNSFilter

    No DNSFilter support for Linux operating system. 

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