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SSLOpen Vunerability/Heartbleed???

oes the AOS 3.4.5.3 6.1.4.8 6.3.1.8 AWMS 7.7.12 fix the sslopen vunerablities? We have several diffferent models of controllers so that's why we still use 3.4.5.3, and about eight different AWMS appliances.

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Re: SSLOpen Vunerability/Heartbleed???

Please look at the page here:  http://www.arubanetworks.com/support-services/security-bulletins/


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Re: SSLOpen Vunerability/Heartbleed???

Does 6.1.x have an update, I did not see it on the security bulliten?

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Re: SSLOpen Vunerability/Heartbleed???

you talking Heartbleed of the more recent one

 

heartbleed says

 

AFFECTED VERSIONS
-- ArubaOS 6.3.x, 6.4.x

Previous versions of these products used an earlier version of OpenSSL that is not vulnerable.

 

the more recent one says

 

POSSIBLY AFFECTED
    - ArubaOS 5.x, 6.1.x, 6.2.x

These versions contain an older version of OpenSSL which is not reported to be vulnerable when acting as a TLS server.  Although Aruba does not  believe these versions pose a danger, OpenSSL will be patched during the next scheduled maintenance cycle as a precaution.

 

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Re: SSLOpen Vunerability/Heartbleed???


elmodoeswifi wrote:

Does 6.1.x have an update, I did not see it on the security bulliten?


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POSSIBLY AFFECTED
	- ArubaOS 5.x, 6.1.x, 6.2.x
	- ArubaOS 7.x (Mobility Access Switch)
	  These versions contain an older version of OpenSSL which is not reported
	  to be vulnerable when acting as a TLS server.  Although Aruba does not
	  believe these versions pose a danger, OpenSSL will be patched during the
	  next scheduled maintenance cycle as a precaution.

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