From any Windows PC you can access the windows direct share (the /u2/exports directory) by simply going to the main Start menu, choosing Run and typing in the hostname or IP address of your eclipse server.
You should then see the PDW.DATA folder as well as other Eclipse samba shares.
L1TF – L1 Terminal Fault Attack
Epicor Eclipse is aware of the Terminal Fault Attack vulnerabilities that affect Intel microprocessors that unprivileged attackers can use this flaw to bypass memory security restrictions in order to gain access to data stored in memory that would otherwise be inaccessible.
Because it’s a vulnerability in the CPU hardware implementations, not a bug in the Eclipse application program, there is no “patch” from Eclipse.
We recommend that customers check with their hardware and Operating System (OS) vendors for applicable patches as the solution for Terminal Fault Attack.
- Apply the firmware update via BIOS update
- Apply the operating system (RHEL & Windows) patch
- Apply hypervisor patches where applicable
Recommended Customer Actions
We recommend that customers open a service request with Eclipse Systems support team and deploy patches on their platform and underlying infrastructure on a mutually agreed schedule.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I patch my system?
A: Install Red Hat updates.
A: Install Dell Firmware Update.
Best Practice for Creating Strong Passwords
Do Not Do the Following:
- Never use only numbers or words in a password.
- Do Not Use Recognizable Words
- Do Not Use Words in Foreign Languages
- Do Not Use Personal Information (If the attacker knows your identity, the task of deducing your password becomes easier.)
- Do Not Invert Recognizable Words ( Good password checkers always reverse common word, so inverting a bad password does not make it any more secure.)
Do the Following:
- Make the Password At Least Eight Characters Long
- Mix Upper and Lower Case Letters
- Include Non-Alphanumeric Characters
- Pick a Password You Can Remember
While every customer’s infrastructure is unique, here is a diagram illustrating the general layout of the Eclipse cloud/hosted environment:
UniVerse Database Replication
Data replication frequency: typically “real time”
Time to recovery: typically a few minutes
Eclipse customers that want “real time” replication can use UniVerse’s native replication functionality. The software is configured to capture writes to the database and replicate them to a secondary server while preserving the integrity of the database. Recovery is also quick, since the Eclipse software is already up and running on the secondary server. This solution is implemented and supported directly by the database vendor, Rocket Software, so please contact your account manager for more details.