After reading the Logjam paper from Daniel Bernstein et al. it seems likely to me that Ephemeral Diffie-Hellman is broken for Oakley Group 2 and several other well known primes. Your white paper mentions elliptic curves but it is unclear whether the product uses Ephemeral (broken) or ECDHE (not broken).
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