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2021.78 Release

  • Updated

August 24, 2021

New Features and Improvements

  • New Parameter feature supports the ability to define parameterized values or secrets via API. These parameters can then be referenced in queries and questions within J1QL. Secrets can also be referenced in alert rules (e.g. for Webhook authentication).

    Learn more here.

  • Improved the query policy editor for user group permissions to clarify that data from ANY permission filter returns results for users within the group.

  • Improved the login experience so that a user navigates directly to a deep link even after authentication.

Bug Fixes

  • Resolved erroneous accessRule permission errors when querying under certain circumstances.

  • Resolved unexpected results when paginating query results in a compliance requirement.

  • Updated the Policies & Procedures app to no longer display the No procedure found image while loading.

  • Updated the Account Usage graph to remove the Relationship Count label from the legend as this data is unsupported.

  • Resolved deleting a policy or procedure that has an invalid template.

  • Resolved pagination for questions with multiple queries.

Integrations

AWS

  • Fixed error processing for GuardDuty findings.

GitHub

  • Added support for ingesting the following new entities:
Entity
github_app*
github_user (role: OUTSIDE)

* This usage requires that an GitHub organization admin allows the organization_administration: read scope for the JupiterOne GitHub app. Github notifies admins by email.

  • Added support for ingesting the following new relationships:
Source Class Target
github_account INSTALLED github_app
github_repo ALLOWS github_user (role: OUTSIDE)

Google Cloud

  • Added managed question: "Which Google Cloud API services are disabled for my project?"

  • Changed google_iam_bindings.permissions: string[] to google_iam_bindings.permissions: string due to limitations on string[]property lengths in JupiterOne. Queries need to change from permissionmks={{string}} to permissions~={{string}} to maintain expected query results.

  • Managed google_iam_roles now have a permissions property, similar to custom google_iam_roles.

  • Allowed BigQuery data to be ingested independently of KMS key data.

Jira

  • Loosened hostname validation to allow example.atlassian.net/jira.

  • Fixed the error that occurs when a issue creator or reporter user is no longer in the Jira instance.

  • Migrated to the latest SDK. Let us know if you observe any problems by emailing support@jupiterone.com.

KnowBe4

  • Fixed handling of repeated entries for training modules.

  • Fixed handling of invalid users or modules listed in enrollments.

  • Fixed logging to correctly report fetch errors.

  • Fixed handling of non-rate-limiting errors to avoid invoking backoff-retry function.

Coming Soon!

Final Reminder: Update to Query Language to follow De Morgan's Law

To maintain language correctness, J1QL will fulfill shorthand filters in accordance with De Morgan's Law. This improvement only impacts queries that use the operators !=, !~=, !^=, !$= when operating on a group of values.

For example,

FIND jira_user WITH accountType != ('atlassian' OR 'app' OR 'customer')

is the equivalent of

FIND jira_user WITH 
  accountType != 'atlassian' AND 
  accountType !=  'app' AND 
  accountType !=  'customer'

In short, J1QL interprets the above query to return all jira_user entities, excluding those that have an accountType value of atlassian or app or customer.

This is a breaking change! We are taking precautions to ensure saved questions and queries are not inadvertently affected.

We are running maintenance jobs to update all saved queries in questions, alerts, and Insights dashboard widgets during the rollout of this change. You do NOT have to make those changes manually.

However, if you have stored queries outside of your JupiterOne account (such as in a custom script), please update those queries accordingly.

This change is planned to release on Tuesday, Aug 31, 2021.

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