HPE Aruba Networking fixes four critical RCE flaws in ArubaOS

HPE Aruba Networking has issued its April 2024 security advisory detailing critical remote code execution vulnerabilities impacting multiple versions of ArubaOS, its proprietary network operating system.

ArubaOS and below, and older, and below, and and older.

All versions of ArubaOS and SD-WAN that have reached EoL. This includes ArubaOS below 10.3, 8.9, 8.8, 8.7, 8.6, 6.5.4, and SD-WAN 2.3.0 through and 2.2 through

To mitigate the flaws the vendor recommends enabling Enhanced PAPI Security and upgrading to patched versions for ArubaOS. The latest versions also address another six vulnerabilities, all rated “Medium” in severity which could allow unauthenticated attackers to create denial of service on vulnerable devices and cause costly operational disruptions.

At this time, HPE Aruba Networking is not aware of any cases of active exploitation or the existence of proof-of-concept exploits for the mentioned vulnerabilities.

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