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UAC Patch for OpenSSL....

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UAC Patch for OpenSSL....

Hi,

 

I see that a patch was released for 5.0 that fixes the OpenSSL issue.  Is a patch going to be released for 4.4? 

 

We are currently running 4.4 and a non-vulnerable version of the Odyssey Client (5.4).

 

The release notes for 5.0 says that it supports Odyssey 5.5 or 5.6 and above, so if we go to UAC 5.0 that means we also have to upgrade all 1000 desktop clients...   Not a fun thing to do on short notice.

 

Thanks

 

-Stephen

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Regular Contributor

Re: UAC Patch for OpenSSL....

Hi Stephen

 

I understand your concerns and I know upgrading all OAC client machines is a tough job!

Yes, there is going to be a fix for vulnerable 4.4Rx release.

The fix would be available in 4.4R10 release, which is tentatively scheduled to be released by last week of April.

Thank you.

 

regards,

Raveen

Super Contributor

Re: UAC Patch for OpenSSL....

Hi Stephen,

 

I understand your issue.

 

 

The below Juniper Knowlegde base link also information on Details on fixes for OpenSSL "Heartbleed" issue  with respect to Junos Pulse/IC (UAC).

 

http://kb.pulsesecure.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB29007

 

The above link also has fixed release information in 5.0 UAC, 4.4 UAC , 5.0  & 4.0 Pulse , you also have download link from this KB which redirects to the s/w download site.

 

 

I hope this will help you.

 


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Regards,
Kannan

Frequent Contributor

Re: UAC Patch for OpenSSL....

Thanks for the followup.    I have upgraded all our systems to 4.4r10 and are going to be moving to 5.0 and pulse in the next couple months...

Super Contributor

Re: UAC Patch for OpenSSL....

Hi Stephen,
Thanks for the update, I am glad that the suggestion helped you

Regards,
Kannan
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Re: UAC Patch for OpenSSL....

Ok I see a solution here