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Cisco ASA 5505 Possible Vulnerability in Net Tools PKI Server 1.0

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I am trying to get our Cisco ASA 5505 running version 8.2(1) to pass a PCI compliance check.  I have one remaining issue to fix which is caused by the website on the ASA that allows SSL VPN access.

The message I get from the PCI compliance scan is 444:TCP Possible vulnerability in Net Tools PKI Server.  Contact the vendor for Hotfix 3 for Net Tools PKI Server 1.0.  

Port 444 is where I am running the SSL VPN portal

My question is, is this taken care of in version 8.2.2ED?  That is the only version that shows in my download list in the Upgrade Software from Cisco.com wizard within the asdm.
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Did you assign a certificate to the ssl web service? Is it a commercial cert or a self-signed cert?
In Device Management / SSL Settings, choose SSL version for the security appliance to negotiate: SSL V3 Only
It's generally the SSL V1 that is the problem with the scanners..
I would go ahead and upgrade from 8.2.1. The latest available is 8.2.4
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It was running a self signed certificate.  I did change it to only accept SSL V3 only and it passed the PCI scan after that.  Thanks.
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