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There are multiple security vulnerabilities affecting WebSphere Application Servers. It is almost every month we are applying interim fix or a fixpack. We are using Installation Manager to apply the fix.Please develop the Installation Manager or c...
Provide an audit history of what CVEs were detected when, and when the iFix/APAR was applied to resolve it
Provide an audit history of what CVEs were detected when, and when the iFix/APAR was applied to resolve it.This might manifest in two ways:REST API to query the audit history of an individual (or collection of) server, install, CVE.A CSV report of...
Include configuration assessment in WAS security posture
Considering including a configuration assessment as part of determining the security posture of servers. An example would be to look for older SSL configuration and flag those as insecure. In general, look for configuration that is outside of best...
At present, WebSphere Automation provides a hard-coded rating of H/M/L based on the CSVV score. This might not accurately map to an organization's classification based on CSVV score. Provide the ability to configure this rating based on the organi...
Define custom views tailored to different audiences
We would like to configure the live view to tailor it to different audiences, likely mapped to the Role that the user is in. E.g. An "executive roll-up" view with R/Y/G and a "security specialist" role that has deeper data on the vulnerabiltiies (...
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