PA doesn't cover DROWN Attack?

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PA doesn't cover DROWN Attack?

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A customer has been warned about DROWN attack ( on one of its servers. As a server is behind PA I thought there was no risk. But searching through signature database I didn't find anything about DROWN attack. I've also checked all CVEs connected with attack (CVE-2015-3197, CVE-2016-0703, CVE-2016-0800) and PA doesn't have signature for any of them! 


Anyone knows about if PA covers this attack? Anyone contacted PA about this already?



Would the PAN be able to detet this if it was performing reverse proxy ssl decryption?


Just a thought



decryption would not really help, as Dulle explained intercepting communication over long time is sufficient to exploit this. Decryption can't help if someone is somewhere allowing (knowingly or unknowingly) copying of your traffic as it passes along the way.


And there came Application and Threat Content Release Notes Version 567, and proved me wrong....

Not really Dulle. The signature doesn't detect any exploit. It just detects use of SSLv2. 

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