Multiple Intel Software Products and API Services impacted by CVE-2014-0160

Intel ID:  INTEL-SA-00037
Product family:  Multiple Intel Software Products
Impact of vulnerability Information Disclosure
Severity rating Moderate
Original release:  Apr 15, 2014
Last revised:  Apr 30, 2014
Summary: 

On April 7th 2014, OpenSSL.org published a Security Advisory concerning a missing bounds check bug in the implementation of the TLS heartbeat extension (CVE-2014-0160). Intel PSIRT will continue to update this advisory as additional information becomes available.

Description: 

On April 7th 2014, OpenSSL.org published a Security Advisory concerning a missing bounds check bug in the implementation of the TLS heartbeat extension (CVE-2014-0160). Intel is publishing an advisory concerning impacted Product and Services that have been updated due to CVE-2014-0160.

Affected products: 

Product Name

Latest Versions

Update source

Intel® Common Connectivity Framework v2.5.1 HF3 - Windows 7 & 8 Desktop UI

 2.5.1.1892

Mt. Wilson - Trust Attestation Solution 

MTW 1.2.3

 Download mitigated version from https://inteltcp.com

Intel® Server Platform Services 3.0 Utility - MESDC remote agent

 SPS_E5_03.00.05.402.0

Intel® Cache Acceleration Software for Windows

 2.5.1

Intel® AMT Software Development Kit (SDK)

10.0.0.18

Customer Portal (https://platformsw.intel.com )

Intel® SCS

9.1.1.125(b)

Express Service Gateway & Express

 

Service Tokenization Broker

4.5, 5.1, 5.5, 6.1

McAfee Products

Various

WindRiver Products

Various

 API Services

API Service Name

Update information available

Mashery

See Mashery's advisory: http://support.mashery.com/blog

Aepona

Recommendations: 

Intel highly recommends customers obtain and apply the latest software version of the products listed above through their existing distribution channels.

Revision history: 

Revision
Date
Description
1.0
15-April-2014
Initial Release
1.1
16-April-2014
Updated list
1.2
18-April-2014
Updated SCS version
1.3 
23-April-2014 
Updated list 
1.4
29-April-2014
Updated list
1.5
30-April-2014
Updated list 


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