SA40312 - September 22 2016 OpenSSL Security Advisory
SA44101 - 2019-04: Out-of-Cycle Advisory: Multiple vulnerabilities resolved in Pulse Connect Secure / Pulse Policy Secure 9.0RX
KB21953 - Pulse Connect Secure (PCS) JumpStation
SA44114 - 2019-04: Out-of-Cycle Advisory: Pulse Desktop Client and Network Connect improper handling of session cookies (CVE-2019-11213)
KB43813 - Certificate authentication fails with error "Missing or Invalid Certificate" or other applications that rely on certificate authentication may fail after upgrading to the Pulse Mobile 7.0.0 for iOS
SA44503 - 2020-06: Out-of-Cycle Advisory: Pulse Secure Client TOCTOU Privilege Escalation Vulnerability (CVE-2020-13162)
SA40168 - [Pulse Secure] March 1st 2016 OpenSSL Security Advisory
TSB43810 - EOL notification for Pulse Secure’s Network Connect (NC) client and Windows Secure Application Manager (WSAM) client software features
SA40241 - Pulse client privilege escalation issue (CVE-2016-2408)
KB40627 - Compatibility issues between Cisco Media Services and Pulse Secure Desktop client on Windows 8.1/10
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KB40324 - How to migrate from Network Connect to Pulse desktop
Last Modified Date
10/14/2016 9:30 AM
This article provides access to the PDF version of the complete guide for migrating from Network Connect to Pulse desktop.
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How to Migrate Network Connect to Pulse Desktop Client
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NC to Pulse migration guide.pdf
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