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Can’t secure the “NDS Host Console” or the “NDS iMonitor”

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Hi 

This two consoles have the 8030 port as default for “secure” communication, but isn’t clear where, or if you can change the TLS parameter of this connection.  We need to secure this port by configuring it to use TLS v.1.2 and some specific ciphers, but we can’t find this setting anywhere in the application or in the app files.

The security scanner our customer are using, points to this port to have 5 vulnerabilities because of the use of other protocols different to TLSv.1.2.

 

Anyone knows if this is possible or points me in the right direction?

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Re: Can’t secure the “NDS Host Console” or the “NDS iMonitor”

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This is really an eDirectory question and has already been answered in that forum:

https://community.microfocus.com/t5/eDirectory-User-Discussions/iMonitor-and-TLS1-0/td-p/2215975
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Re: Can’t secure the “NDS Host Console” or the “NDS iMonitor”

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This is really an eDirectory question and has already been answered in that forum:

https://community.microfocus.com/t5/eDirectory-User-Discussions/iMonitor-and-TLS1-0/td-p/2215975
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