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Status Future consideration
Workspace DataPower Gateway
Created by Guest
Created on May 16, 2024
Merged idea
This idea has been merged into another idea. To comment or vote on this idea, please visit DPGWY-I-452 Option to disable the use RSA key in SSH server profile.

Option to disable or modify Deprecated SHA1 cryptographic settings in DataPower Merged

Qualys detected a security vulnerability on DataPower port 22, because the ssh service allows RSA host key which is now considered too weak.


The SSH protocol (Secure Shell) is a method for secure remote login from one computer to another. The target is using

deprecated SHA1 cryptographic settings to communicate.


vulnerable to collision attacks, which are designed to fabricate the same hash value for different input data. each hash is supposedly unique.


Type Name

host key algorithm ssh-rsa#

I can see a similar idea below.

Idea priority Urgent