02-10-2015 06:07 PM
Anyone noting a large increase in triggering of following threat ID's after this Update (485-2569) was applied?
( threatid eq 36485 ) - OpenSSL SSL/TLS MITM vulnerability
( threatid eq 36420 ) - OpenSSL TLS Heartbeat Information Disclosure Vulnerability - Reverse Heartbleed
I've rolled it back as it was dropping a lot of HTTPS traffic for sites that looked ok on closer inspection.
This is mainly for internal users connecting to external sites out of our control for the first threat ( 36485 ).
The reverse ones (36420) i'm not so worried about as they are probably dodgy sites to begin with.
02-11-2015 10:08 AM
You can take captures for those threat packets and open up a case.
Please refer: How to Submit a Virus/Vulnerability False Positive
02-11-2015 12:05 PM
I am having the same thing on my site. 100's of alerts coming from untrust-> our DMZ, there have been a 5 or 6 of the OpenSSL MITM from internal - untrust.
The updated installed last night at 3am on our boxes and alerts started at 3:08am. Reverting back for now.
02-12-2015 01:20 AM
Palo Alto Networks has determined that Application and Threat Content version 485 may introduce false-positive triggers on certain IPS signatures involving SSL changes in that content release. We removed content release 485 from public update servers and are re-releasing Application and Threat Content 486 with the SSL changes removed. Please be informed that now content 486 is available.
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