CVE-2013-3893

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CVE-2013-3893

What is the Vulnerability Signature status?

Microsoft Security Advisory (2887505)

Vulnerability in Internet Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution

Published: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/advisory/2887505


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L5 Sessionator

Content 394-1961 has been released which will address this CVE.

Please refresh your "dynamic Updates" on the PAN firewall to get it.

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L4 Transporter

That's strange, it's still not there for me. I'll check again tomorrow. Thanks!

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L5 Sessionator

Content 394-1961 has been released which will address this CVE.

Please refresh your "dynamic Updates" on the PAN firewall to get it.

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L5 Sessionator

Matt can you check now its available.

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Application & Threat update 394-1961 was released last night.

It contained signature 36128 for CVE-2013-3893 (Microsoft Internet Explorer Use After Free Vulnerability).

All set.  Thanks.

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I installed the update this morning, but when I look for the signature 36128 in Objects/Vulnerability Protection my active profile, it does not appear in the vulnerability list even with show all signatures checked..  Am I missing something?

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After installing content 394-1961, it took sometime (around 7-10 mins) for me to see the TID 36128 and CVE-2013-3893. I request you to wait for sometime and then check whether your able to see the TID in the vulnerability protection profile. Also, run the CLI command "> show system info" to ensure that the threat-version 394-1961 is installed.

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