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We have experienced big issues after content release 8061-4973 was installed on our 3250 with PAN-OS 8.1.3:
- Threat id 40736 was suddenly blocking a lot of letigimate http(s) traffic.
- Radius authentication worked randomly, but 95% of the time NOT.
- A download from a Symfony server waits 1 minute before the download starts.
After rolling back to 8059-4961, all problems were gone.
We started a support call with Palo Alto support, through our reseller.
i'm curious if anyone else experienced these kind of problems?
Did you hear anything back from TAC regarding Threat-ID 40736? We're getting multiple false positive instances; looking at the details of the ID in the Threat Vault it doesn't look as though it has had any modifications since its release.
|First Release||8025 (2018-06-01 UTC)|
8025 (2018-06-01 UTC)
I'm surprised there haven't been more reports of this since this is high severity vulnerability signature which people should definitely be blocking - we've had this vulnerability signature trigger against sites like Google and the Captive Apple site. I think I'll be logging a TAC case of my own ;)
This became a long story, with even more issues on the 3250 with 8.1.3.
One is concerning specific SSL traffic which sometimes is just not working.
Another one is with a soap application which introduces a delay with any threats&apps content version higher than 8059-4961.
Both occur without any content inspection at all.
We have 2 TAC cases now but it seems hard for PA to solve this.
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