what's happening is that GPA 5.2.5 recognized CARBON BLACK's Carbon Black Defense Sensor, but then VMWare bought out CB and renamed it as VMWare Carbon Black Cloud Sensor. All GPA versions 5.2.6+ onward couldn't recognize where VMWare placed their definitions. You can connect GPA, go to Settings, Host Profile, highlight each Anti-Malware item and look to see it has the name, version , BUT the definition is either blank or 01/01/1970 default. We've been working with Palo for over 2 months on this and the fault lies with their subvendor OPSWAT who handles the detection. They've been working on it as well. We've been testing Palo's beta versions so we could help Palo out. We finally got 5.2.9 beta2 to work so VMware CB Cloud Sensor will pickup correctly but Microsoft Defender ATP was still broken. Palo plans to release 5.2.9 but date unknown.
We tested the new release gpa 5.2.9-35 on cb ver 220.127.116.111 and it detected ms defender atp, carbon black cloud sensor and windows defender properly in version, real time, engine, def ver, and definition date. I hear now cisco anyconnect is having a carbon black real time issue when on cb 18.104.22.1681.
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