CVE-2021-40528 Libgcrypt issue in StarWind products
Title: CVE-2021-40528 Libgcrypt issue in StarWind products
Note: StarWind will continue to update this vulnerability as new information becomes available
Vulnerability ID: SW-20221101-0001
During interaction between two cryptographic libraries, a certain dangerous combination of the prime defined by the receiver’s public key, the generator defined by the receiver’s public key, and the sender’s ephemeral exponents can lead to a cross-configuration attack against OpenPGP.
The ElGamal implementation in Libgcrypt before 1.9.4 allows plaintext recovery.
|CVE||CVSS 2.0 Score||CVSS 3.x Score|
|2.6 (LOW)||5.9 (MEDIUM)|
|NVD||NVD – CVE-2021-40528 (nist.gov)|
StarWind HCA and Command Center build 6003 v2
SAN&NAS Version 1.0 Update 1 (build 1381)
Not affected products:
StarWind SAN&NAS (previous versions)
StarWind HCA and Command Center (previous versions)
StarWind VSAN for Hyper-V (all versions)
StarWind VTL component (all versions for Windows Server)
StarWind V2V (all versions)
StarWind Tape Redirector component (all versions)
StarWind Deduplication Analyzer (all versions)
StarWind rPerf (all versions)
StarWind iSCSI Accelerator (all versions)
StarWind NVMe-oF Initiator (all versions)
Software Versions and Fixes
Fixed in StarWind HCA and Command Center v2 build 7024
Fixed in StarWind SAN and NAS v0.2 build 1633
Update StarWind Command Center to the build 7024 or higher.
Update StarWind SAN and NAS to the build v8 R13 or higher
Obtaining Software Fixes
Software updates will be available in StarWind release notes – https://www.starwindsoftware.com/release-notes-build. To update the software, perform the steps described at the following link – https://knowledgebase.starwindsoftware.com/guidance/upgrading-from-any-starwind-version-to-any-starwind-version/ or contact support to perform an update. You can submit a support request using the following link https://www.starwindsoftware.com/support-form or contact Support directly via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone +1 617 829 4499.
This vulnerability article should be considered as the single source of current, up-to-date, authorized and accurate information posted by StarWind Software.
|1.0||2022-11-01||Initial Public Release and Final Status|