Modified Vulnerability Signatures

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L1 Bithead

Modified Vulnerability Signatures

Hello,

 

On the last Threat and Content update on our Firewall, we suddenly started receiving alerts on our Firewall for a specific vulnerability (Threat ID 35427, CVE-2010-0476). Now this is an old CVE and upon checking the MS10-020 article, there was no update from Microsoft, but Palo Alto release notes suggested that this signature was modified.

 

Is a way to find out what change is made to the vulnerability signatures when Palo Alto modified a vulnerability signature?

 

Thanks,

Hamad


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L7 Applicator

Hi Hamad

 

If you suspect a threat/vulnerability is being triggered in error, please collect the information as outlined in the article below and open a support case:

 

How to submit an Anti-Virus false positive

How to submit a vulnerability signature false positive

Tom Piens - PANgurus.com
New to PAN-OS or getting ready to take the PCNSE? check out amazon.com/dp/1789956374

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L5 Sessionator

This could be a false positive.

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L1 Bithead

Do you mean that the update on the signature from PA may have an issue?

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L5 Sessionator

Yes.

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L7 Applicator

Hi Hamad

 

If you suspect a threat/vulnerability is being triggered in error, please collect the information as outlined in the article below and open a support case:

 

How to submit an Anti-Virus false positive

How to submit a vulnerability signature false positive

Tom Piens - PANgurus.com
New to PAN-OS or getting ready to take the PCNSE? check out amazon.com/dp/1789956374

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