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Heartbleed vendor notifications
As people are running around having an entertaining day we thought it might be a good idea to keep track of the various vendor notifications.   I'd like to start a list here and either via comments or sending it let us know of vendor notifications relating to this issue.   Please provide comments to the original article relating to the vulnerability itself,  and use this post to only provide links to vendor notifications rather than articles etc about the issue.  
So far:  
  • CACert -
  • Cisco -
  • Fortinet -
  • Gentoo Linux -
  • Juniper - (login required)
  • Juniper -
  • F5 -
  • Novell - 
  • OpenVPN -
  • Aruba -
  • CheckPoint -
  • openssl -
  • redhat -
  • Slackware - hxxp://
  • sparklabs/viscosity openvpn client -
  • watchguard -
  • viscosity -
There are no doubt more please add them via comments.   Please stick to security related products, operating systems and core infrastructure items.  
Apple users: OS X Mavericks (10.9) ships by default with OpenSSL 0.9.8. However, if you are using mac ports, OpenSSL 1.0.1 is installed. An update is available (run "sudo upgrade outdated").
an NMAP script has also been released to check for the vunerability According to the tweet "script ssl-heartbleed.nse committed to #nmap as rev 32798"  That should help speed up checking.  
We have started seeing active checking for this issue, so I would encourage people to hurry up and patch. 
Mark H

392 Posts
ISC Handler
Apr 9th 2014
Fortinet -

Also have some workarounds via IPS signs.
Ubuntu Security Notice:

1 Posts
Crickets from Mcafee... that is troubling.
1 Posts
UTM up to 9.6 vulnerable
SUM 4.1 may be vulnerable
1 Posts
crickets at Dell/Sonicwall too

37 Posts
BalaBit's update: Shell Control Box - A perfect fit against the Heartbleed Bug
1 Posts
Just got an e-mail from McAfee saying the following:

"McAfee is aware of the Heartbleed Vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160). This is a vulnerability in OpenSSL that could allow an attacker to gain access to system memory (in 64K chunks) which potentially could contain sensitive information or communications.

McAfee is investigating affected products and will be provide additional information via SNS today."
22 Posts

"NoMachine has already commenced building and testing its own software with the updated OpenSSL libraries. The new packages will be released as soon..."
1 Posts

and also when they updated it to better check which services needed restarting after the upgrade.

9 Posts
Blue Coat -

2 Posts
IBM Websphere:
1 Posts
McAfee has signature available through their support portal. If you already have the last signature set for your appliance/software you can manually patch with the update provided.

1 Posts
Anyone hear anything from HP yet, aside from the blog entry by Daniel Miessler?

New versions of SMH seem to be vulnerable...

27 Posts
OpenVPN -

1 Posts
Juniper Networks -
More products than just the SA/IC/MAG products are affected.

Cory C.
Accellion - released FTA 9_9_40 for their secure file transfer product to address Heartbleed.
Slackware covered @

Response to OpenSSL security issue CVE-2014-0160/CVE-2014-0346 a.k.a: "Heartbleed" (2076225)

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