On August 12th, 2022, many of Keysight’s Network Test, Network Visibility, & Edge to Core (NAS/formerly Ixia) products will migrate to a new license structure.
CRITICAL: If you perform licensing operations after August 12th, 2022, without upgrading the licensing software to the latest version, licenses may not register properly, and some features may be missing. This could impact testing and result in downtime.
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This strike exploits a buffer overflow vulnerability in the FTPShell client. The vulnerability is due to improper response length check, which allows a malicious server to overflow the client with a servers command response. This can result in either a denial of service condition or lead to remote code execution in the context of the current user, allowing for complete compromise of the remote system. NOTE: Strike will launch either calc.exe or notepad.exe when run in OneArm mode. Client must connect to the FTP in Anonymous mode.