You know, that's a great question. I install most IBM i PTF's related to CVE's if appropriate
for the system IBM i system I support.
An example: We get those daily IBM i Notifications - some speaking to PTF CVE's. An example would be IBM i
PTF SI80355 (V7R2), SI80354 (V7R3), SI80353 (V7R4),
It lists CVE 2022-31813, 2022-28614, 2022-28615. It's a Apache Vulnerability.
I have info on most CVE's on my blog at https://ibmireference.blogspot.com/p/virus-common-vulnerabilty-exposure-cve.html
You can also try this link, also on my blog on the right side of the page (PSIRT - Product Security Incident Response link for IBM i):
From there, page down and notice:
The below links provide specifics on IBM i vulnerabilities you may also find useful:
All Security Bulletins for IBM i
Apache for IBM i
Java on IBM i Security Updates
Vulnerabilities for Open SSL on IBM i
Vulnerabilities for Open SSH on IBM i
Hopefully that'll help a bit.
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date: Mon, 8 Aug 2022 12:46:54 +0000
from: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: TCP timestamp vulnerability -- any insights on how this
relates to Midrange boxes?
Is there a site which lists CVE's and how they were addressed on IBM i? I'm not finding such a site at ibm.com but maybe I'm googling it wrong.
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