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We strongly recommend that all CanIt customers take the following
 
We strongly recommend that all CanIt customers take the following
 
action as soon as possible on all CanIt machines.
 
action as soon as possible on all CanIt machines.
 
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#Log in as root to your CanIt machine.
1) Log in as root to your CanIt machine.
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#Type:  cat /etc/debian_version
 
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#If the output of the "cat" command above starts with a number less than 7, you are *not* vulnerable.  Take no further action.
2) Type:  cat /etc/debian_version
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#If the "cat" command above fails with the error "No such file or directory", then you are not running a Debian appliance.  Consult your OS vendor.
 
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#If the output of the "cat" command above starts with 7, then you are vulnerable.  Immediately run:
3) If the output of the "cat" command above starts with a number less
 
than 7, you are *not* vulnerable.  Take no further action.
 
 
 
4) If the "cat" command above fails with the error "No such file or
 
directory", then you are not running a Debian appliance.  Consult your
 
OS vendor.
 
 
 
5) If the output of the "cat" command above starts with 7, then you
 
are vulnerable.  Immediately run:
 
 
 
 
     apt-get update; apt-get install openssl libssl1.0.0
 
     apt-get update; apt-get install openssl libssl1.0.0
 
     /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
 
     /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

Latest revision as of 16:18, 24 June 2014

We strongly recommend that all CanIt customers take the following action as soon as possible on all CanIt machines.

  1. Log in as root to your CanIt machine.
  2. Type: cat /etc/debian_version
  3. If the output of the "cat" command above starts with a number less than 7, you are *not* vulnerable. Take no further action.
  4. If the "cat" command above fails with the error "No such file or directory", then you are not running a Debian appliance. Consult your OS vendor.
  5. If the output of the "cat" command above starts with 7, then you are vulnerable. Immediately run:
   apt-get update; apt-get install openssl libssl1.0.0
   /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
   /etc/init.d/sendmail restart