InsightConnect Documentation

Release Notes

08.26.2019

Bug Fixes

  • Trigger icon images now appear next to corresponding job names on the Jobs page.
  • We fixed an issue with input variable field click behavior.
  • We removed a duplicate logout option in the top navigation menu.
  • Dismissed jobs and failed test jobs no longer appear in the Failed Job dashboard widget.

08.01.2019

New Features

  • Slack ChatOps Trigger: You can now trigger workflows from messages in your Slack instance with the new “ChatOps” trigger. Learn how to set up and use the ChatOps trigger.
  • Filter Job Output for Errors: You can now filter “All Outputs” tab content to only show steps with errors.

Bug Fixes

  • The “Failed Jobs” page previously included jobs created by workflow tests. InsightConnect no longer includes test jobs on the “Failed Jobs” page. This fix impacts previously created jobs or tests.
  • We fixed an issue with incorrectly displayed API trigger statuses.
  • Job Details pages now open to the “Artifacts” tab by default.
  • We fixed an issue with missing enum dropdowns for some variable input fields.

06.28.2019

New Features

  • Import and Export Workflows: You can now export any of your active workflows as .kom files and import them into your InsightConnect instance as active workflows or drafts. Check out our Help page to learn more.

Bug Fixes

  • We fixed an issue with incorrectly displayed plugin trigger statuses.

06.12.2019

New Features

  • Home Page Widgets: The Home page now displays dynamic content in widgets. Learn more about these widgets in our documentation.
  • Estimated Human Cost: You can now track the time you save with automated workflows by adding an estimate for how long a security process would take you to manually complete. Note this estimated human time cost in your workflow settings.
  • Edit Step Output: You can now edit some step output variable names and types. Editing the output will impact how the variables are parsed in later steps.

Fixes

  • We removed the settings icon from the read-only mode for active workflows.
  • We fixed an issue with special characters in UI titles.
  • We reduced the rate limit for ChatOps steps.
  • We resolved issues with human decisions inside loops.
  • We fixed an issue with plugins that incorrectly required connections.
  • We added visual loading state elements for connection or credential creation and editing.
  • You can now use special characters in variable names.

05.06.2019

New Features

  • Post Interactive Messages with ChatOps: Interactive messages allow your team to respond to prompts directly within a Slack workspace. Learn how to configure an interactive ChatOps message here.

Fixes

  • Orchestrators now attempt to download plugin container images up to 5 times before reporting an error.

04.15.2019

New Features

  • Delete Credentials: You can now delete individual credential sets, as well as workflow drafts, inactive workflows, and connections
  • Connection Manager Update: You can now create new connections from the “Connection Manager” page and the Workflow Builder.

Fixes

  • Variables in nested loops now display properly.
  • For orchestrator installation, we have updated the download links in the IT email option.
  • The left sidebar navigation now highlights as expected.

03.19.2019

New Features

  • ChatOps: Use ChatOps steps to seamlessly interact with your team within your own chat applications. We currently support Post Message actions with Slack. Learn how to use this new feature here.
  • Delete Capabilities: You can now delete workflow drafts, inactive workflows, and connections. To learn how to delete workflows, visit our Manage Workflows page. To learn how to delete connections, read the new content in our Work with Connections page.

Fixes

  • Drafts corresponding to active workflows now correctly display in the drafts tab.
  • We resolved issues with incorrect connection test results for trigger-only plugins.
  • We resolved issues with incorrect connection test results for plugins without configured credentials.
  • We reduced the average load time for plugin lists in the workflow builder from potentially 10 seconds to a fraction of a second.
  • Cancelling a job is now instantaneous. Previously, the workflow would wait for the currently running step to complete before cancelling the job.

02.15.2019

New Features

  • Command Line Orchestrator Installer: You can now install orchestrators using the command line. Find out how to use the script-based installer here.

Fixes

  • The Import Plugins list now displays ten available plugins at a time.
  • We resolved issues with the search feature in the Jobs Manager.
  • The API trigger help information now indicates that your X-API-Key header must include your API key.
  • You will now be notified in the UI if you attempt to delete an orchestrator that is currently in use.
  • You will now be notified in the command line if an orchestrator fails to connect to the platform network when you try to activate the orchestrator.

01.29.2019

New Features

  • You can now run tests to check that connections are configured properly. Learn how to test a connection here and troubleshoot failed tests here.
  • The Insight Orchestrator now supports network environments requiring HTTP_PROXY, HTTPS_PROXY, and NO_PROXY. Configure your proxy settings in Docker and your orchestrator’s virtual machine with these instructions.
  • The Insight Orchestrator now supports CA certificate mounting for plugin containers. Install your CA certificate in your orchestrator’s virtual machine with these instructions.

Bug Fixes

  • We resolved issues with older plugin versions causing errors in the workflow builder.
  • Error messages now contain request IDs. Include these IDs when contacting support for troubleshooting an error.
  • Orchestrators now correctly display errored states for response timeouts.

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