Riverbed has just announced an important update to its Interceptor software.
One of the nicest features is the added RAID alarm command, as well as a fix for unexpected reboots when fragmented packets are taken in by the Riverbed device.
Based on the latter alone, I’d be updating ASAP.
Oh, and also of note: “20042 Fixed a security problem where an attacker can cause scripts to be inserted into logs and executed when the logs are viewed through the web interface.”
To download, navigate to the Riverbed Interceptor Support site, and login.
Changes from version 1.1.1 of the Riverbed Interceptor software to 1.1.2:
Fixed between 1.1.1 and 1.1.2:
- 14009 Fixed watchdog timeouts and deadlocks under heavy disk use.
- 15467 Fixed previous page and next page links on logging page so that logging filters are retained.
- 16184 Patched MIT KRB5 for security advisory 2007-002.
- 17938 Fixed problem where Interceptor does not come out of bypass after heavy traffic that caused going into bypass is stopped.
- 18054 Updated libpng for security advisories CVE-2006-5793, CVE-2007-2445, CVE-2007-5269.
- 18287 RBT-Proto port label no longer includes port 135.
- 18382 Enhance system diagnostics to provide additional RAID information for drive failures.
- 19093 Fixed problem where appliance was unable to communicate if link went down and then came back up after a multiple of 39 days of uptime.
- 19145 Added “raid alarm silence” command.
- 19288 Updated tzdata to 2007g for New Zealand changes to daylight time.
- 19632 Updated Apache web server to 2.0.61 to fix security problems CVE-2007-3847, CVE-2007-1863, CVE-2006-5752, CVE-2007-3304.
- 20029 Fixed handling of RST packets when there is is a NAT entry setup, a case of fixed target rules or probe caching.