Software Update: Wireshark 1.12.3

Jan

8

2015

Version 1.12.3 of the open source protocol analyzer Wireshark and -packetsniffer true. This program enables different data packets and network protocols are analyzed on the network. The program previously stored data traffic, as input. Wireshark is available for Windows, Linux and OS X, with separate downloads For 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the operating systems. In version 1.12 include support for Windows XP and U3 lapsed, and announced that it too soon for the 32bit version of OS X will happen. Furthermore, it is working hard to change GTK + to Qt, which should be complete in version 2.0. Version 1.12.3 also have the following improvements:

The Following vulnerabilities have been fixed:
wnpa-sec-2015-01 : The SCCP dissector Could crash. ( Bug 10720 , Bug 10806 ) CVE-2015-0559 , CVE-2015-0560
wnpa-sec-2015-02 : The LPP dissector Could crash. ( Bug 10773 ) CVE-2015-0561
wnpa-sec-2015-03 : The DEC DNA Routing protocol dissector Could crash. ( Bug 10724 ) CVE-2015-0562
wnpa-sec-2015-04 : The SMTP dissector Could crash. ( Bug 10823 ) CVE-2015-0563
wnpa-sec-2015-05 : Could Wireshark crash while decypting TLS / SSL sessions. Discovered by Noam Rathaus. CVE-2015-0564
The Following bugs have been fixed:
WebSocket dissector: empty payload causes DISSECTOR_ASSERT_NOT_REACHED. ( Bug 9332 )
Wireshark crashes if Lua heuristic dissector returns true. ( Bug 10233 )
Displaying MEP ID in decimal in Y.1731 OAM Synthetic Loss Message and Reply PDU. ( Bug 10500 )
TCP Window Size Incorrectly Reported in the Packet List. ( Bug 10514 )
Status bar “creeps” to the left a few pixels everytime Wireshark is opened. ( Bug 10518 )
E-LMI Message type. ( Bug 10531 )
SMTP decoder can dump binary data to terminal TShark. ( Bug 10536 )
PTPoE dissector gets confused by packets That include an FCS. ( Bug 10611 )
IPv6 Mobility Vendor Specific Option includes the next mobility option type. ( Bug 10618 )
Save PCAP to PCAPng with commentary fails. ( Bug 10656 )
Display filter “frame contains byte [2342]” causes a crash. ( Bug 10690 )
Multipath TCP: checksum displayed when it’s not there. ( Bug 10692 )
LTE APN AMBR is decoded Incorrectly. ( Bug 10699 )
DNS NAPTR RR Replacement Length is incorrect. ( Bug 10700 )
Experimental IPv6 mobility header data is Interpreted as options. ( Bug 10703 )
Dissector bug protocol SPDY: tvbuff.c: 610: failed assertion “tvb tvb && → initialized.” ( Bug 10704 )
BGP: Incorrect decoding AS numbers When mixed AS size. ( Bug 10742 )
BGP update community – incorrect decoding. ( Bug 10746 )
Setting a context 6Lowpan gene rates a Wireshark crash. ( Bug 10747 )
FC is not dissected (protocol UNKNOWN). ( Bug 10751 )
Crash When displaying several at times INFO column. ( Bug 10755 )
Decoding or longitude value in LCSAP (3GPP TS 29 171) is incorrect. ( Bug 10767 )
Crash When enabling FCoIB manual settings without filling address field. ( Bug 10796 )
RSVP RECORD_ROUTE IPv4 Subobject Flags field incorrect decoding. ( Bug 10799 )
Wireshark Lua engine can not access protocol type field. ( Bug 10801 )
Field Analysis of OpenFlow v1.4 OFPT_SET_ASYNC. ( Bug 10808 )
Lua: getting fieldinfo.value for FT_NONE causes assert. ( Bug 10815 )
Updated Protocol Support
6Lowpan
Adwin
AllJoyn
Art-Net
Asterix
BGP
Bitcoin
Bluetooth OBEX
Bluetooth SDP
CFM
CIP
DCERPC PN IO
DCERPC SPOOLSS
DEC DNA
DECT
DHCPv6
DNS
DTN
E-LMI
ENIP
Ethernet
Extreme
FCoIB
Fibre Channel
GED125
GTP
H.248
H.264
HiSLIP
IDRP
IEEE 802.11
IEEE P1722.1
Infiniband
IrDA
iSCSI
ISUP
LBMR
LCSAP
LPP
LTE MAC
MAUSB
MBIM
MIM
MIP
MIPv6
MP2T
MPEG-1
NAS EPS
NAT-PMP
NCP
NXP PN532
OpcUa
OpenFlow
PTP
RDM
RPKI-RTR
RSVP
RTnet
RTSP
SCTP
SMPP
SMTP
SPDY
Spice
TCP
WCCP
Wi-Fi P2P
WiMAX
New and Updated Capture File Support
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The following downloads are available:
* Wireshark 1.12.3 for Windows (32bit)
* Wireshark 1.12.3 for Windows (64bit)
* Wireshark 1.12.3 for PortableApps
* Wireshark 1.12.3 for Mac OS X 10.5 (32bit)
* Wireshark 1.12.3 for OS X 10.6 and higher (64bit)
* Wireshark 1.12.3 include source code for Linux, Solaris and * BSD

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