SNMP4J-Agent 3.2.3 has been released to fix a security issue in SnmpTlsTmMib which prevents (D)TLS incoming client request authentication if a client fingerprint is configured because the fingerprint of the client certificate was not properly determined.
- SNMP4J 3.3.2
- Java 9
- SECURITY: Fixed SnmpTlsTmMib.isClientCertificateAccepted which did not use the client public key fingerprint correctly to match the locally configured fingerprint.
- Fixed: TLS configuration for SampleAgent did not contain a fingerprint to TLSPRIV mapping for DTLS test communication.
- Added: SubRequest is now available from MOChangeEvent if the change event is triggered by a (SNMP) request.