Sophos UTM: Up2Date 9.704 Released

UTM Up2Date 9.704 Released

Sophos released UTM 9.704. The release will be rolled out in phases.

In phase 1 you can download the update package from their download server, in phase 2 they will spread it via their Up2Date servers.

Up2Date Information

News

  • Maintenance Release

Remarks

  • System will be rebooted
  • Connected REDs will perform firmware upgrade

Issues Resolved

  • NUTM-11829 [Access & Identity] L2TP connections fail when many users are connected
  • NUTM-11928 [Access & Identity] Hardening of Authentication Server configuration page
  • NUTM-11559 [Basesystem] Update i40e driver
  • NUTM-11966 [Basesystem] Patch binutils (CVE-2018-17985)
  • NUTM-11982 [Basesystem] Patch BIND (CVE-2020-8616, CVE-2020-8617)
  • NUTM-12007 [Basesystem] Patch OpenSSL 1.0.2j (CVE-2019-1547, CVE-2019-1551, CVE-2019-1563)
  • NUTM-12041 [Basesystem] Patch UTM kernel (CVE-2019-3701, CVE-2019-15916, CVE-2019-20096 CVE-2020-8647, CVE-2020-8648, CVE-2020-10942, CVE-2020-11494)
  • NUTM-11664 [HA/Cluster] Error message “send_ha_msg(ECHO_MASTER): sendto(255) errno = 22”;
  • NUTM-11113 [Logging] Log archiving to SMB share fails to connect
  • NUTM-11846 [Network] Add confd option to enable multicast for IGMP
  • NUTM-11849 [Network] Syslogng fails to write if max concurrent connections is reached
  • NUTM-11936 [Network] DNS host object not updated/unresolved after fail-over
  • NUTM-11938 [Network] Unable to save the new profile in SSLVPN, it gives error “Warn: Client authentication cannot use more than 170 user and group networks at the same time”
  • NUTM-11779 [RED] RED site-to-site tunnel failover doesn’t always work
  • NUTM-11886 [RED] RED server restart notification sent from auxiliary node
  • NUTM-12040 [RED] RED20 is not forwarding tagged traffic like RED15
  • NUTM-12134 [RED_Firmware] Improve throughput for SD-RED WiFi
  • NUTM-12135 [RED_Firmware] Enable 802.11ac for SD-RED WiFi
  • NUTM-11972 [REST API] REST API: Invalid response on GET query for S/MIME component
  • NUTM-11681 [Sandstorm] Sandbox Activity tab uses the incorrect date formatter
  • NUTM-11685 [WAF] Let’s Encrypt renewal fails with HTTP->HTTPS redirection for IPv6 vhost
  • NUTM-11925 [WAF] WAF redirects some requests to the first domain of the virtual webserver
  • NUTM-11388 [Web] Httpproxy restarted due to segmentation fault and generated core dump
  • NUTM-11577 [Web] WebProxy not reliably deleting cached temp files
  • NUTM-11841 [Web] Proxy crash with coredump

RPM packages contained:
libopenssl1_0_0-1.0.2j-4.1.0.359236905.g3d7a90be.rb2.i686.rpm
libopenssl1_0_0_httpproxy-1.0.2j-4.1.0.359236905.g3d7a90be.rb2.i686.rpm
binutils-2.25.0-5.5.1984.g1d6623a3.rb5.i686.rpm
ctasd-5.00.0085-1.gadabaeb.rb3.i686.rpm
ctipd-4.00.0032-2.g4726759.rb3.i686.rpm
firmwares-bamboo-9400-0.359638673.ga30772a.rb2.i586.rpm
modauthnzaua-9.70-270.gcb78b67.rb97.i686.rpm
modauthzblacklist-9.70-372.gefe2089.rb5.i686.rpm
modavscan-9.70-359.g793e6f1.rb45.i686.rpm
modcookie-9.70-377.g63c8b0f.rb2.i686.rpm
modcustomblockpage-9.70-279.gbe16bc0.rb71.i686.rpm
modfirehose-2.5_SVNr1309567-14.g4ab2622.rb96.i686.rpm
modformhardening-9.70-367.g820d795.rb6.i686.rpm
modpcap-9.70-0.142961807.g994d6f0.rb96.i686.rpm
modproxymsrpc-0.5-121.gc7f8565.rb105.i686.rpm
modreverseauth-9.70-364.g469bdce.rb33.i686.rpm
modsecurity2-2.9.3-0.g2e3bf76.rb33.i686.rpm
modsecurity2_beta-2.9.0-460.g62b8fdb.rb100.i686.rpm
modsessionserver-9.70-0.247653793.g4179dcf.rb100.i686.rpm
modurlhardening-9.70-367.g820d795.rb6.i686.rpm
modwafexceptions-9.70-322.gd203205.rb49.i686.rpm
modwhatkilledus-2.01-0.258193062.g46092ac.rb100.i686.rpm
openssl-1.0.2j-4.1.0.359236905.g3d7a90be.rb2.i686.rpm
perf-tools-3.12.74-0.358283885.gbf77995.rb3.i686.rpm
red-unified-firmwares-9700-0.358343537.gd6f8f71.rb3.i586.rpm
ep-confd-9.70-786.g620a40fbd.i686.rpm
ep-confd-tools-9.70-754.g3b24b3514.rb8.i686.rpm
ep-init-9.70-16.g49a302b.rb4.noarch.rpm
ep-logging-9.70-10.gd29cd29.rb2.i686.rpm
ep-mdw-9.70-714.gc211cfe2.rb5.i686.rpm
ep-red-9.70-58.gdc75c10.rb3.i686.rpm
ep-restd-9.70-5.g6bebbd0.rb2.i686.rpm
ep-saa-mac-1.0.0-0.354241321.gabd3f41.rb3.i686.rpm
ep-sandboxd-9.70-63.g3db71a3.rb3.i686.rpm
ep-tools-9.70-27.g614d81d.rb2.i686.rpm
ep-tools-cpld-9.70-27.g614d81d.rb2.i686.rpm
ep-webadmin-9.70-769.g5bf086630.rb7.i686.rpm
ep-chroot-ipsec-9.70-8.g15ed089.rb3.noarch.rpm
chroot-bind-9.11.3-0.357158073.g9ca89fd.rb3.i686.rpm
chroot-ipsec-9.70-87.g0c734a9.rb3.i686.rpm
chroot-reverseproxy-2.4.39-44.g4535a68.rb2.i686.rpm
ep-httpproxy-9.70-266.gd33137cb.rb3.i686.rpm
kernel-smp-3.12.74-0.358283885.gbf77995.rb4.i686.rpm
kernel-smp64-3.12.74-0.358283885.gbf77995.rb5.x86_64.rpm
ep-release-9.704-2.noarch.rpm

Source: https://community.sophos.com/products/unified-threat-management/b/blog/posts/utm-up2date-9-704-released

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