Brocade Security Advisory
A memory corruption in the IPsec code path of Brocade NetIron OS on Brocade MLXs 5.8.00 through 5.8.00e, 5.9.00 through 5.9.00bd, 6.0.00 and 6.0.00a images could allow attackers to cause a denial of service (line card reset) via certain constructed IPsec control packets.
Products Confirmed Not Vulnerable
Brocade NetIron CES/CER and/or any Brocade NetIron software version prior to 5.8.00 are not affected.
Brocade strongly recommends that all customers running the impacted version(s) install the patch.
Brocade has fixed the vulnerability described in this advisory in NetIron 5.8.00ec, 5.9.00be and 6.0.00ab and later releases. The patch releases have been posted to the MyBrocade web portal.
There are no workarounds that address this vulnerability.
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