HP-UX 11i v1, v1.6 and v2 are no longer supported by HP as of December 31st, 2015
HPUX 11i v3 is the newest release of HPUX and was released in 2007
PARSEC supports ALL versions of HP-UX, no matter how old
So, why continue to pay expensive HP-UX software maintenance costs for support from the vendor?
Our technical consultants have been supporting HP-UX even before the PA-RISC was developed, so no matter what type of servers you operate, or what version of HP-UX you use, PARSEC can provide the best support for your environment. We have the experience, expertise, and organizational readiness to provide exceptional HP-UX support, and the ability to provide it at a lower cost than the vendor.
PARSEC HP-UX support covers these areas, and much more:
Vendors typically stop producing patches for end-of-life operating systems, even for critical issues. If you are faced with this or a similar issue, we can provide key fixes and patches that may not be available for end-of-life versions which have reached what HP calls "Support without Sustaining Engineering". These patches can be provided for key services such as Secure Shell, which usually cannot be disabled as a workaround for a critical flaw. We have the expertise to create a limited set of new base packages for HP-UX, so long as a code-fix is freely available, to cover these issues and provide a real fix to older HP-UX systems.
Here is a list of issues for which PARSEC can provide internally sourced non-HP replacement patches for critical vulnerabilities. Note that this list covers (more than) all default HP-UX network services:
Network Time Protocol
Telnet, rsh, rlogin, and rexec (though customers should really migrate these to SSH, since these are unencrypted services anyway)
Talk, ntalk, and writesrv
inetd and its internal services
We specifically cannot provide patches for these situations:
Most local-only privilege escalation issues
HP or 3rd party drivers
HP-UX-specific proprietary software where no open source analog or public source code exists.
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