Aruba Networks fixes six critical vulnerabilities in ArubaOS


Six critical-severity vulnerabilities affecting various versions of ArubaOS, the company’s proprietary network operating system, were disclosed in a security alert that Aruba Networks released to its customers. Command injection flaws and issues with stack-based buffer overflows in the PAPI protocol are the two kinds of serious defects that Aruba has addressed this time (Aruba Networks access point management protocol).

The vulnerabilities affect Aruba Mobility Conductor, Aruba Mobility Controllers, and Aruba-managed WLAN and SD-WAN Gateways. Hewlett Packard Enterprise subsidiary Aruba Networks is located in California and specialises in wireless connection and computer networking technologies.

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