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Fix for CVE-2014-0224 (OpenSSL Man in the middle) on VMWare ESX 4.1?

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Hi,

Does anyone know if VMWare ever released a patch to address the Open SSL man-in-the-middle vulnerability described in  CVE-2014-0224 for ESX 4.1?  All I've been able to find on The Google are references to patches released for ESX 5.5.  Is there something I'm missing?  I'd like to resolve that issue on our ESX 4.1 servers but I'm not looking to have to move all of them up to 5.5.

Thanks!
Matt
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ESX 4.1 -went - The End of General Support Life date remains May 21, 2014.

see here

End of Availability and End of Support Life for ESX 4.x and VMware Management Assistant 1.0 and 4.0 (2039567)

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No more Security patches will be released for ESX 4.1.

Time to consider upgrading to a supported platform.
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Dang, I knew someone was going to say that :P
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