Upgrade to newer ssh version
Command is sshd -V to know the ssh version.
But how to upgrade it???
Can upgrading the ndlp version will automatically upgrade the ssh version????
This is a hardened appliance so you'd be unable to manually upgrade individual components.
Engineering monitors when a vulnerability is found with software that A: is installed and affected and B: meets all the requirements to be a vulnerability. An example is an exploitable version of OpenSSH might be installed but the exploit can only be run if a specific version of X software is also installed. Since the appliance is hardened, it won't have X software so the patch is not required.
For a list of changes, the release notes for the patches and hotfixes will list what has been addressed in that particular release.
Thanks for sharing ur views..
An example of where openssh was upgraded via hotfix - this was taken from the README in the 961926 hotfix gz file:
BUG NUMBER : 961926
FIX STATUS : FIXED
BUG SUMMARY : Upgrade openssh RPMs to fix security vulnerabilities
VERIFY FIX : Fix is to modify sshd_config instead of upgrading RPMs.
Following vulnerabilities should be fixed: