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The ‘Heartbleed’ Bug And How It Affects CalAmp Users

Shared on April 22, 2014 written by Calamp under CalAmp Industry News

On April 7th, the National Cyber Security Division/US-CERT released information regarding a security bug called ‘Heartbleed’ (or CVE-2014-0160) that has affected a large number of websites and the way that they encrypt information between the client (browser) and the server (host). Most major news outlets, technology blogs and social media networks have covered this topic in a wide variety of ways, however it is a lot of information to take in and some of it can be rather confusing. The purpose of this bulletin is provide you with accurate and succinct information regarding the ‘Heartbleed’ bug so you can determine whether or not it has affected you, your family or your CalAmp related accounts. What is the 'Heartbleed" Bug? The Heartbleed bug allows anyone on the Internet to read the memory of the systems protected by the vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software. This compromises the secret keys used to identify the service providers and to encrypt the traffic, the names and pass...

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Red Lion Controls Issues "Heartbleed" Security Notice

Shared on April 17, 2014 written by Red Lion Controls under Sixnet M2M Device News

Overview: Heartbleed is a security bug in the open-source OpenSSL cryptography library, widely used to implement the Internet's Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol. This vulnerability results from a missing bounds check in the handling of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) heartbeat extension, the heartbeat being why the vulnerability got its name. A fixed version of OpenSSL was released on April 7, 2014, at the same time as Heartbleed was publicly disclosed. More details can be found here: Heartbleed.com Notice from Red Lion Controls: Red Lion industrial Ethernet switches and cellular/wired routers are not affected by this security vulnerability because they do not use these Open SSL versions.We will continue to monitor and communicate new findings should the situation change. ...

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Digi International Security Notice OpenSSL "Heartbleed"

Shared on April 17, 2014 written by Digi International under Digi International News

Overview: On April 7th, a critical security vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160), nicknamed “Heartbleed,” was discovered in the OpenSSL cryptographic software library. The purpose of this notice is to inform you of the vulnerability and the steps necessary to remediate this issue. If exploited, this vulnerability could allow attackers to monitor all information passed between a user and a web service or decrypt past traffic they’ve collected. More details can be found here: Heartbleed.com Digi International reports that their Transport line, Connect WAN line, ConnectPort WAN line, and the ConnectPort X (specifically X2, X4, X4H, X5) are not vulnerable to Heartbleed. However, there are several Digi product lines that will need remediation. Read the full text of the notice here Digi HeartBleed Notice and more key information here Digi Security...

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OpenSSL Heartbleed: CradlePoint Remediation Plan **Update**

Shared on April 15, 2014 written by Cradlepoint under CradlePoint Wireless News

The CradlePoint firmware update that addresses the Heartbleed/OpenSSL is now available for download form CradlePoint’s website. Download Firmware Version 5.1.1 It is now available on ECM. 4/15/14...

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OpenSSL Heartbleed: CradlePoint Remediation Plan

Shared on April 14, 2014 written by Cradlepoint under CradlePoint Wireless News

In response to the critical security vulnerability discovered in the OpenSSL cryptography software library (CVE-2014-0160), nicknamed “Heartbleed,” CradlePoint has taken steps to incorporate the OpenSSL version 1.0.1g into its latest firmware and Enterprise Cloud Manager. The purpose of this email is to inform you of the vulnerabilities and the steps necessary to remediate this issue. If exploited, this vulnerability could allow attackers to monitor all information passed between a user and a web service or decrypt past traffic they’ve collected. More details can be found here: heartbleed.com Affected Products CradlePoint recommends immediately upgrading products to the upcoming firmware versions (available 4/14/14) in order to mitigate this vulnerability. The following are affected products (with firmware versions 4.2.0 and later): - AER 2100 - ARC MBR1400 - MBR1400 - MBR1200B - ARC CBA750B - CBA750B - COR IBR600 - COR IBR650 - CBR400 - CBR450 - MBR95 WAN INTERFACE...

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