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Digital Vaccine #9394 OOB

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Digital Vaccine #9394 OOB      March 11, 2020
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Thank you for subscribing to Digital Vaccine updates brought to you by Trend Micro™ TippingPoint DVLabs.

New content is now available at the Threat Management Center (TMC): https://tmc.tippingpoint.com.

Note: This is an out-of-band DV release to address exploits related to the Microsoft SMBv3 compressed streams vulnerability. The regular weekly DV will be published as scheduled on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.

SMS customers can update the Digital Vaccine through the SMS client. From the top line menu, you can open the "File > Download Digital Vaccine from TMC" menu item to detect and load the latest update.
 
System Requirements
The 3.2.0 DV will run on IPS devices with TOS v3.2.0 and above,  all NGFW and all TPS systems. The 4.0.0 DV will only run on the Virtual Threat Protection System (vTPS) appliance.
Please note that vTPS does not currently support pre-disclosed ZDI filters.
 
The Digital Vaccine can be manually downloaded from the following URLs:
https://tmc.tippingpoint.com/TMC/ViewPackage?parentFolderId=digital_vaccines&contentId=SIG_3.2.0_9394.pkg
https://tmc.tippingpoint.com/TMC/ViewPackage?parentFolderId=vsa_dv&contentId=SIG_VTPS_4.0.0_9394.pkg

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Filters
 New Filters - 1
 Modified Filters (logic changes) - 0
 Modified Filters (metadata changes only) - 0
 Removed Filters - 0

Filters
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 New Filters:
    37290: SMB: Microsoft Windows SMBv3 Client/Server Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
      - IPS Version: 3.6.2 and after.
      - NGFW Version: 1.0.0 and after.
      - TPS Version: 4.0.0 and after.
      - vTPS Version: 4.0.1 and after.
      - Category: Exploits
      - Severity: Critical
      - Description: This filter detects an attempt to exploit a buffer overflow vulnerability in Microsoft Windows.
      - Deployments:
        - Deployment: Security-Optimized (Block / Notify)
      - Classification: Vulnerability - Buffer/Heap Overflow
      - Protocol: SMB
      - Platform: Windows Server Application or Service

  Modified Filters (logic changes): None
      
  Modified Filters (metadata changes only): None

  Removed Filters: None
      

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