Linux deployment includes some prerequisite verification before accessing the command line and installing the tool.
After deploying the tool to Linux endpoints, you must choose which endpoints to enable XDR capabilities on from the Endpoint Inventory screen.
For more information, see Endpoint Inventory.
Download the package locally and deploy the tmxbc_linux64.tgz archive to target endpoints.
Copy the download link and execute the following wget command on the target endpoint, which downloads and renames the file:
$ wget <download_link> -O tmxbc_linux64.tgz
Each installation package is specific to your company. After installing the package, the endpoint starts reporting to your company's Trend Micro Vision One console.
tar -xvf tmxbc_linux64.tgz
Where "tmxbc_linux64.tgz" is the name of the installation package.
openssl cms -verify -binary -in checksum.p7 -inform DER -verify -content checksum -purpose any -certsout need_to_check.certs -out /dev/null
If the command provides the output, "Verification successful", continue to the following step.
Use the need_to_check.certs certificate generated by the command in the subsequent verification steps.
openssl x509 -noout -subject -issuer -in need_to_check.certs
The output should be:
subject= /jurisdictionC=TW/businessCategory=Private Organization/serialNumber=23310837/C=TW/ST=Taipei City/L=Da\xE2\x80\x99an District/O=Trend Micro, Inc./CN=Trend Micro, Inc.
issuer= /C=US/O=DigiCert Inc/OU=www.digicert.com/CN=DigiCert EV Code Signing CA (SHA2)
sha256sum -c checksum
If the system does not return an error, you can begin installing the package.
To install the Endpoint Basecamp program without a proxy, execute the following command:
$ ./tmxbc install
To install the Endpoint Basecamp program with a proxy, execute the following command:
$ ./tmxbc install --proxyURL <IPv4 or IPv6 address of proxy server>
$ ./tmxbc install --proxyURL http://10.1.1.1:80
Endpoint Basecamp only supports HTTP proxies and does not support the use of proxy credentials.
For a complete list of available CLI commands, see Linux CLI Commands.