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HP TippingPoint--Every second matters for security effectiveness

Last week, the word was Heartbleed. And although it caused anxiety for many, HP TippingPoint knows that every second matters for security effectiveness! Our customers had instant relief from day 1:


New zero-day filters and Heartbleed coverage:


  • 13814: TLS: OpenSSL TLS/DTLS Suspicious Heartbeat Packet
    • CVE: 2014-0160
  • 13817: TLS: OpenSSL TLS/DTLS Heartbleed Vulnerability
    • CVE: 2014-0160


Vendor: ABB

  • 13790: ZDI-CAN-2172


Vendor: Apache

  • 13795: ZDI-CAN-2241


Vendor: HP

  • 13791: ZDI-CAN-2200


Vendor: Microsoft

  • 13787: ZDI-CAN-2209
  • 13794: ZDI-CAN-2237


Leverage this blog to become part of the conversation, because with vulnerabilities like these every second matters. Here are more Heartbleed resources:


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