OpenSSL versions from 3.x through 3.0.7 (earlier than 3.0.7) has been found to be vulnerable to a vulnerability that can lead to crash or unexpected behavior.
SmartOS Platform Images 20211216 and later include OpenSSL 3. This affects the only the following components client applications when used from the platform image.
OpenSSL 3.0 is not yet included in any pkgsrc branch, so pkgsrc packages are unaffected. For LX, Docker, KVM, or BHYVE guests, follow the advisory of the guest operating system’s upstream vendor.
Triton services and API endpoints (e.g., CloudAPI) are unaffected.
Actions taken by Us
This issue has been fixed in the SmartOS platform image in OS-8417. Platform images including the associated commit (release-20221103 and later) have been fixed.
A new platform image is available in the
release channel (
and updated SmartOS boot images are available in Manta.
Actions You Need to Take
This platform should be installed and assigned to all SmartOS compute nodes. You can use the following commands to prepare the new platform image.
sdcadm platform install -C release 20221103T001803Z sdcadm platform assign 20221103T001803Z $(sdc-server lookup system_type=SunOS)
Once each compute node is rebooted, it can no longer be affected by this issue.
SmartOS stand-alone Users
Stand alone SmartOS servers should be rebooted to the appropriate image.
If you are using a bootable pool, you can install the updated image using
piadm install 20221103T001803Z piadm activate 20221103T001803Z
If you are a MNX customer and have any further questions or concerns after reading the information provided above, please contact MNX Support.
If you are an Open Source SmartOS/Triton user, please direct any further questions to the SmartOS Community Mailing Lists and IRC.