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MD5 Hash for Junos Pulse 5.0.3 (44983) on Mac


buiducnha
Contributor (0)
Jan 28, 2016 6:51pm

We got Junos Pulse 5.0.3 (44983) downloaded from another website (university, not official www.juniper.net), and installed. (my fault) Then IT department told us to verify that whether Junos Pulse is the genuine one (not tampered), and it's very IMPORTANT for company network.
I've spent a day try to search every page from official website, but I could not figure out md5 hash for 5.0.4 (44983) version, there is only latest version from this link:
http://www.juniper.net/support/downloads/?p=pulse#sw

This is very important for us, anyone please help, very appreciate about that.
Thanks.





jbeakley
Contributor (3)
Jan 29, 2016 4:25pm
Generally, one would get hashes by having your system administrator go into my.pulsesecure.net and see the hash there. But to get you over the hump, here are the hashes:

5.0r3.0 mac osx installer - 2a9b538d860f91b40a2c8b53417c8955
5.0r3.0 package - aedbbcc5249adf65fe596a1994b974d4
5.0r3 windows 32-bit installer - e8be3b09828f5479060a60b7458d007c
5.0r3.0 windows 64-bit installer - ca9d76af700f6ef917976d600c6782a8
    buiducnha
    Contributor (0)
    Jan 30, 2016 4:32am
    Thanks so much for response,

    I've run md5 with the file I've downloaded (fie size: 12,713,309 bytes (12.7 MB on disk)), and here is the result, which is different:

    MD5 (JunosPulse.dmg) = 9381eb1859ac325469edc2258c0f6d38

    Does it mean the file I've downloaded has been tampered (modified), looks like I have a very serious situation here !!!

    When I check in Junos Pulse -> About Junos Pulse, I saw version is 5.0.3 (44983)

    The link I downloaded here (could not post link):

    _https://www.net.usf.edu/vpn/MacOS/JunosPulse.dmg

    Looks like the version I've downloaded is 5.0 R3.1 Build 44983, which I've checked follow this link:

    _http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/software/pulse/releasenotes/j-pulse-5.0r3.1-releasenotes.pdf

    Could you please help me to check again.

    Thanks.
    zanyterp
    Pulse Secure Contributor (40)
    May 30, 2016 4:32pm
    The .dmg that you downloaded has the same MD5 as the one downloaded from my.pulsesecure.net