Maybe this question has already been asked. I did a quick search here and google.
Our MSE appliance is up to date with the latest package 126.96.36.199.
When we do a vulnerability scan it returns alot of vulnerabilites. Since the appliance is linux i tried to do a yum update and the server responds back with:
This system is not registered with RHN. RHN support will be disabled. Setting up Update Process Setting up repositories No Repositories Available to Set Up Reading repository metadata in from local files Skipping security plugin, no data No Packages marked for Update/Obsoletion
Is it suppose to be registered to RHN? Im guessing not becuase this is an appliance and some updates could break the MSE software, etc.
Has anyone else updated the MSE by other means? or added repositories?
To my knowledge, you should think of the MSE as a Cisco appliance, and only apply updates to the device from Cisco to avoid voiding your warranty/support. If you are running into vulnerabilities due to too many ports or management types being available, I would run through the setup script and possibly tighten down access. the setup script i believe is under /opt/mse/setup/setup.sh
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