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Will RSA SecurID Access IDR OS be updated soon ?

Question asked by David Pala on Apr 23, 2020
Latest reply on Apr 24, 2020 by David Pala

Dear All,

 

Trying to PoC the RSA SecurID Access solution, I have to conform to corporate processes.

One of them is the vulnerability scan of the IDR OVA appliance, once it's deployed.

 

As a result of the scan, I was told that the Operating System is obsolete, as it is : SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP4.

 

Getting a tour at SUSE Lifecycle reference : https://www.suse.com/lifecycle/ 

We get the following :

 

So right now, I am absolutely unable to deploy the IDR because of obsolete OS.

 

Has someone a solution for me...?      :-)

Or maybe, the IDR OS is about to be updated very soon ?

 

Another point is that SSH Server Public Key is too small.

To remediate this point, I have to delete the existing SSH server keys, then restarting it, but I was not able to become "root" on the Identity Router.

So my question is : is there a way to become "root" on an RSA SecurID Identity Router ? or any mean to be able to modify root-owed "system files" ?

 

Thanks in advance for helping !

 

Kind Regards,

David

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