Document ID: KM02993448 (c04710027)
Release Date: 2015-06-26
Last Updated: 2015-07-10
Potential Security Impact: Remote disclosure of information, unauthorized access
Source: Hewlett-Packard Company, HP Software Security Response Team
Potential security vulnerabilities have been identified with HP IceWall SSO Dfw, SSO Certd, MCRP, and Federation Agent runningOpenSSL. This is the TLS vulnerability known as "Logjam", which could be exploited remotely to allow disclosure of information.
SUPPORTED SOFTWARE VERSIONS*: ONLY impacted versions are listed.
- HP IceWall MCRP v3.0
- HP IceWall SSO Dfw v10.0
- HP IceWall SSO Certd v10.0
- HP IceWall Federation Agent v3.0
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HP recommends the following software updates and workaround instructions to resolve the vulnerabilities for HP IceWall SSO Dfw, SSO Certd, MCRP, and Federation Agent.
IceWall SSO Dfw v10.0 and Certd v10.0, which are running on RHEL, could be using either the OS bundled OpenSSL library or the OpenSSL bundled with HP IceWall. If still using the OpenSSL bundled with HP IceWall, please switch to the OpenSSL library bundled with the OS, and then follow the instructions in step 2.
Documents are available at the following location with instructions to switch to the OS bundled OpenSSL library:
For HP IceWall products running on RHEL5 or RHEL6, and are using the OS bundled OpenSSL, RHEL has provided patches at the following locations:
For IceWall products running on HP-UX which are using the OS bundled OpenSSL, please follow the WORKAROUND INSTRUCTIONS.
HP recommends the following information to protect against potential risk from CVE-2015-4000 for the following HP IceWall products.
HP IceWall SSO Dfw and MCRP
If possible, do not use the SHOST setting which allows IceWall SSO Dfw or MCRP to use SSL/TLS protocol to back-end web servers.
If possible, do not use EXPORT-grade ciphers on the back-end web servers.
HP IceWall SSO Certd
If possible, do not use the LDAPSSL setting which allows IceWall SSO Certd to connect to the LDAP server using SSL/TLS protocol.
If possible, do not use EXPORT-grade ciphers on the LDAP server.
IceWall Federation Agent
If possible, use "bindings:HTTP-POST" instead of "bindings:HTTP-Artifact" setting in the service provider meta file. The"bindings:HTTP-POST" setting would disable IWFA to use SSL for communicating with IdP server.
Note:The HP IceWall product is only available in Japan.
Version:1 (rev.1) - 26 June 2015 Initial release
Version:2 (rev.2) - 10 July 2015 Added patch information for RHEL5
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