Panorama and PA2020s on 4.1.14.
Recent Qualys scans on the management ports have pulled up the following. I have read other posts on some of these issues but wanted to hear the forum's thoughts.
SSLv3.0/TLSv1.0 Protocol Weak CBC Mode Vulnerability – Don't believe I can do anything to mitigate this as PanOS does not allow you choose which ciphers should be allowed. However, I could limit the access via HTTPS (and SSH) to the certain subnets or IP range. Would this be enough?
OpenSSH J-PAKE Session Key Retrieval Vulnerability - OpenSSH JPAKE is not enabled in the PanOS implementation of SSH, so can I ignore this?
OpenSSH Commands Information Disclosure Vulnerability – Not possible to upgrade OpenSSH. Again, there is no option to upgrade the OpenSSH version within PanOS. Lock down to IP range instead?
OpenSSH LoginGraceTime Denial of Service Vulnerability – Not possible to upgrade OpenSSH. Again, there is no option to upgrade the OpenSSH version within PanOS. Lock down to IP range instead?
Would moving to 5.x be the only choice, and would it cure the above vulnerabilities?
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