Fireeye is reporting a new Zero Day of Internet Explorer using the "heap feng shui" exploit.
Does McAfee have any analysis or advisories on this.
Microsoft has released a CVE for this as well
Cant cut and paste into this window, but I would like to see at least something pop up on the Threat Center......which still has Heartbleed as its breaking news.
So...every other major vendor is at least acknowleging the issue...Symantec has even released a signature...but McAfee sits there quietly and hasnt even updated its "Recent Malware" page since 3/31.
Meanwhile, my customers and bosses are asking me for an update every 15 mins. What a bunch of clowns!
its only been about 36 hours since this exploit was announced.....and absolutely no response from McAfee.......ridiculous.....meanwhile Symantec already has a signature.
I have a meeting in 30 mins to discuss this in our enviroment....guess I'll just have to tell them that McAfee cant be bothered to post an update that affects about 80% of all browsers worldwide.
And this is an enterprise solution?
Don't keep saying McAfee is doing nothing as you kept saying in your other thread. Plus there are literally dozens of previous exploits that were caught.
Links to the actual Microsoft article would help to get an exact name for whatever this one is.
I have to agree with epository here. There is no specific information currently available on-line from McAfee regarding this specific zero-day. I'm reaching out to my account rep to get what product coverage and mitigating McAfee has for cve 2014-1776. The older links that you posted do not help for this particular case.... at least specifically for cve 2014-1776.
epository also contributed to a lively exchange of views in a thread in the Consumer section. All I can usefully say (as was said there) is that most of the information about this so far has come from FireEye and Microsoft. McAfee is a Microsoft MAPP partner and will be working with Microsoft on a fix for this; as soon as McAfee are ready to release information there will be a post in the Security Advisories section.