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StorageGRID mDNS Detection ZeroConf Bonjour vulnerability on port 5353 Admin Node

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Applies to

  • NetApp StorageGRID
  • Software releases 11.5, 11.6 and 11.7


A security vulnerability detected on Admin node port 5353 as:

mDNS Detection (Remote Network): The remote service understands the Bonjour (also known as ZeroConf or mDNS) protocol, which allows anyone to uncover information from the remote host such as its operating system type & exact version, its hostname, and the list of services running.
Tenable Plugin: 12218--It is possible to obtain information about the remote host.

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