Sentinel

You can upgrade to Sentinel 7.3.3 from Sentinel 7.0.x, 7.1.x, 7.2.x, and 7.3.x Sentinel 7.3.3 includes fix for Authentication Bypass and Arbitrary File Upload (CVE-2016-1605) security vulnerability.

Jul 27, 2016
8:30 am
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You can upgrade to Sentinel 7.4.2 from Sentinel 7.2 or later. Sentinel 7.4.2 includes: Java 8 update 77, which includes fixes for security vulnerabilities. Fix for Authentication Bypass and Arbitrary File Upload (CVE-2016-1605) security vulnerability. Few Security OS updates for appliance. This release also includes other important software fixes. See the Release Notes for more…

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Jul 1, 2016
10:03 am
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176
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5

F5 Big IP Collector 2011.1r1 is released. This collector provides data-capture capabilities for F5 BIG-IP and related products.

Jul 1, 2016
9:58 am
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157
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3

Oracle Database Collector 2011.1r2, NetIQ Sentinel Link Collector 2011.1r2, RSA Authentication Manager Collector 2011.1r1, IBM WebSphere Application Server Collector 2011.1r1, and more…

May 9, 2016
8:24 am
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306
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Microsoft IIS Collector 2011.1r4, VMware ESXi Collector 2011.1r4, Fortinet FortiGate Collector 2011.1r3, and Cisco Switch and Router 2011.1r5 plug-ins have been released. Find out more here…

Apr 22, 2016
1:03 pm
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605
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Cisco Secure Access Control Server Collector 2011.1r3 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Collector 2011.1r3 Sentinel Plug-ins are released. Get the details here.

Apr 1, 2016
11:59 am
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629
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Cisco FireSIGHT Management Center Collector 2011.1r2 and Data Collection Utility for Cisco eStreamer 2011.1r2, Sophos Enterprise Console Collector 2011.1r1, Cisco Firewall Collector 2011.1r3, and more…

Mar 18, 2016
2:15 pm
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589
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If you’d like to keep up to date on the latest releases, news, and happenings at NetIQ, go ahead and follow us on Twitter!  @NetIQ Sentinel

Mar 18, 2016
2:13 pm
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This Sentinel Collector provides data-capture capabilities for Blue Coat Proxy SG Appliances and related products.

Mar 1, 2016
2:14 pm
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550
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It seems that not even strong 2-factor authentication methods are safe from human error. If someone possesses your phone number and username, a scenario can be devised to first login to a website and trigger a verification code sent to your phone. The attacker would then continue with a follow-up SMS message asking the user…

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Mar 1, 2016
2:09 pm
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Active Directory Automation Cloud Computing Cloud Security Configuration Customizing Data Breach DirXML Drivers End User Management Identity Manager Importing-Exporting / ICE/ LDIF Intelligent Workload Management Knowledge Depot LDAP Migrating from Windows XP or 2003 to SUSE Linux Monitoring Open Enterprise Server Passwords Reporting Secure Access Sentinel Supported Troubleshooting Workflow