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Common Qualys Vulnerability Scanner results for ONTAP 9

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ONTAP 9.x

Answer

As per the QID, select the Solution KB for the ONTAP 9 related Qualys Vulnerability scanner results:

QID Solution KB
QID 38739: Deprecated SSH Cryptographic Settings
 
Vulnerability scanner reports that ONTAP 9.x SSL/TLS or SSH offer weak or vulnerable ciphers/Key Exchanges/MACs
QID 38738: SSH Server Public Key Too Small
 
Qualys vulnerability SSH server public key too small
QID 38685: SSL Certificate - Invalid Maximum Validity Date Detected Vulnerability scanner reports issues with ONTAP 9.x self-signed certificates
QID 11: Hidden RPC Services Portmap service configuration
Qualys ID 68520 Vulnerability Scanner indicates ONTAP NFS exports are insecurely set to allow Everyone access

 

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