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Recently posted Buffer Overflow & Access Protection DAT has older version number?

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Hi,

Does anyone know why the Buffer Overflow & Access Protection DAT that has been posted on update.nai.com recently (11th of March) apparently has an older version number than the one before?

On October 9 2010 version 516 was released, and since March 11 version 493 is online. The result is that our ePO server does not download this version, which I would expect.

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When you open vscan.bof, you'll see a number on the first line, which up till now correctly showed the version number of the vscan.bof file.

bof493.png

Anyone knows what's going on?

Thanks!

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McAfee Employee JoeBidgood
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Recently posted Buffer Overflow & Access Protection DAT has older version number?

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The DAT team have confirmed that version 516 will be restored as of today's update - so you should see it in a few hours' time.

Again, thanks for bring this to our attention

Regards -

Joe

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Recently posted Buffer Overflow & Access Protection DAT has older version number?

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Thanks for bringing this up - I am  investigating. I'll update when I have new information.

Thanks -

Joe

McAfee Employee JoeBidgood
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Recently posted Buffer Overflow & Access Protection DAT has older version number?

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The DAT team have confirmed that version 516 will be restored as of today's update - so you should see it in a few hours' time.

Again, thanks for bring this to our attention

Regards -

Joe

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