A critical update has been released for WatchGuard SSL VPN appliances.
The SSL VPN 3.2 Update 1 release includes an updated Java certificate that will prevent certificate expiration warnings each time you use a Java-based access client. The SSL certificate used by the software to sign Java applications expires on 8 April 2014. This release also resolves a compatibility issue with Java version 7u51 and later. It includes many bug fixes which were previously only provided in Cumulative Service Packs (CSPs). The Release Notes list all resolved issues in the software.
Does This Release Pertain to Me?
This release applies to all WatchGuard SSL VPN 100 and 560 appliances. WatchGuard recommends that all SSL VPN customers should deploy this upgrade to avoid unnecessary java warnings.
How Do I Get the Release?
SSL appliance owners who have a current LiveSecurity Service subscription can obtain this update without additional charge by downloading the applicable packages from the Articles & Software section of WatchGuard’s Support Center. To make it easier to find the relevant software, be sure to uncheck the “Article” and “Known Issue” search options, and press the Go button. Please read the Release Notes before you upgrade, to understand what’s involved.
If you need support, please enter a support incident online or call our support staff directly. (When you contact Technical Support, please have your registered Product Serial Number, LiveSecurity Key, or Partner ID available.)
- U.S. End Users: 877.232.3531
- International End Users: +1.206.613.0456
- Authorized WatchGuard Resellers: +1.206.521.8375