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Any news coming from Kaspersky on "Detecting Microsoft Internet Explorer Remote Code Execution" (CVE-2014-1776)

 

I see that another AV provider is reporting that its customers are protected , and my management is wondering when we may see our kaspersky engine protect us

 

 

Symantec protects customers against this attack with the following detections:

 

Bloodhound.Exploit.552

Web Attack: MSIE Use After Free CVE-2014-1776

(we use kaspersky in our bluecoatAV )

many thanks, for any information,

Jon

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Any news coming from Kaspersky on "Detecting Microsoft Internet Explorer Remote Code Execution" (CVE-2014-1776)

 

I see that another AV provider is reporting that its customers are protected , and my management is wondering when we may see our kaspersky engine protect us

Symantec protects customers against this attack with the following detections:

 

Bloodhound.Exploit.552

Web Attack: MSIE Use After Free CVE-2014-1776

(we use kaspersky in our bluecoatAV )

many thanks, for any information,

Jon

 

This was posted this morning: http://threatpost.com/new-internet-explore...-attacks/105720. So I can only assume it is in the works if not already fixed.

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Any news coming from Kaspersky on "Detecting Microsoft Internet Explorer Remote Code Execution" (CVE-2014-1776)

 

I see that another AV provider is reporting that its customers are protected , and my management is wondering when we may see our kaspersky engine protect us

Symantec protects customers against this attack with the following detections:

 

Bloodhound.Exploit.552

Web Attack: MSIE Use After Free CVE-2014-1776

(we use kaspersky in our bluecoatAV )

many thanks, for any information,

Jon

 

I too read that other antivirus protect against it now. I really would like to know if Kaspersky does for sure. I have management asking me as well. We still use a lot of XP machines so we will not get a fix. We are upgrading, but very slowly. We use Kaspersky Endpoint 10 business advanced

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Has Kaspersky already have a fix in the product Enpoint Security for the problems with Internet Explorer, also called Operation Clandestine Fox: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/art...loiting-it.html

Hello!

We can not bear responsibility for vulnerabilities in third-party software; however, malicious code launched through this vulnerability should be detected and blocked by our software.

Thank you!

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Any updated info on this?

 

Hi,

 

I would like to advice that Kaspersky products detect this already by two signatures:

 

Static one - Exploit.SWF.Agent.ig - added at 1.5.2014 08:00;

Heuristic one - HEUR:Exploit.SWF.CVE-2014-1776.gen

 

Thank You!

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