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DCO 8.3.2 - Vulnerability Report support

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Venkat
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DCO 8.3.2 - Vulnerability Report support

Hi team,

 

One of our customer, we have installed DCO 8.3.2 on Redhat Linux Enterprise -v7.6 Server. (Physical Server)

 

The customer sent the DCO Server Vulnerability Report and asking us to provide solution to fix the Vulnerability issues.

 

The Vulnerability Report is having 110 issues in various levels ( Critical, High, Medium, Low) .

 

Request you to verify the Report and Suggest us to provide the solution to the customer end.

 

Thanks & Regards,

 

K.Venkat.

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gsterling
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Re: DCO 8.3.2 - Vulnerability Report support

Hello Venkat.

 

I'm pasting the same response as added to zendesk ticket # 74662

 

This is a new installation? When customers install DCO on Redhat they remain owners of the OS which means follow-up with redhat in this case may be required as its something we cannot control.

 

I assume the customer has an active subscription with redhat? If yes, they should plan to run a "yum update" to update the OS based modules. I suspect if they are older versions a number of the vulnerabilities will then be resolved assuming redhat has addressed them.

Regards

 

Greg Sterling

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gsterling
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Re: DCO 8.3.2 - Vulnerability Report support

Hello Venkat.

 

I'm pasting the same response as added to zendesk ticket # 74662

 

This is a new installation? When customers install DCO on Redhat they remain owners of the OS which means follow-up with redhat in this case may be required as its something we cannot control.

 

I assume the customer has an active subscription with redhat? If yes, they should plan to run a "yum update" to update the OS based modules. I suspect if they are older versions a number of the vulnerabilities will then be resolved assuming redhat has addressed them.

Regards

 

Greg Sterling

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