Security Notice - VN-2016-001 OpenSSH

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This vulnerability notice provides the official technical response from Extreme Networks regarding the OpenSSH vulnerabilities identified in CVE-2016-0777 and CVE-2016-0778.
VN-2016-001 – OpenSSH

The impacts of these vulnerabilities include possible unauthorized disclosure of information.

Customers with a current maintenance and support contract may access the Support Portal at:
If you have additional questions concerning this information, please contact your Extreme Networks representative, or comment in this thread.
NOTE: Extreme Vulnerability Notices are now posted on GTAC Knowledge.
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Drew C., Community Manager

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Posted 2 years ago

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Tonya Lilly

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How do I know if this affects me ?
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Henrique, Employee

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Hi Tonya,

You can check the link below and check if the platform is affected:
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Ryan Mathews, Alum

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Perfect.  Thanks Henrique.  Glad to see you joined us!

This is the first Vulnerability we've distributed on GTAC Knowledge.  Believe this change will make it easier for our customers & partners to find and take action on these critical notices.  

Based on the amount of positive comments we got back yesterday, I believe the community approves!
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Rainer Adam

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Is there a fix available for Netsight and NAC? I was not able to find more informations about this.
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Brandon Clay, Escalation Support Engineer

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It looks like a fix for this will be available in NetSight 6.3 and 7.0, targeted for March 2016.

You can find this in the vulnerability notice linked below:
VN-2016-001 – OpenSSH