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
SA44114 - 2019-04: Out-of-Cycle Advisory: Pulse Desktop Client and Network Connect improper handling of session cookies (CVE-2019-11213)
SA44503 - 2020-06: Out-of-Cycle Advisory: Pulse Secure Client TOCTOU Privilege Escalation Vulnerability (CVE-2020-13162)
KB21953 - Pulse Connect Secure (PCS) JumpStation
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
SA40168 - [Pulse Secure] March 1st 2016 OpenSSL Security Advisory
SA40241 - Pulse client privilege escalation issue (CVE-2016-2408)
TSB43810 - EOL notification for Pulse Secure’s Network Connect (NC) client and Windows Secure Application Manager (WSAM) client software features
SA40002 - [Pulse Secure] June 11th 2015 OpenSSL Security Advisory
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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
guide in PDF format. The guide is also attached to this KB and can be downloaded by clicking on the PDF attached below.
NC to Pulse migration guide.pdf
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