when determining if a version is vulnerable or not. End of Technical Support The following table lists the End of Technical Support (EoTS) dates for the F5 products listed in this advisory. For information on updating software, see the Redistributing Software article. Product Redistribution End of Life date BIG-IP APM 16.x EoTS 2019-04-30 BIG-IP APM 15.x EoTS 2019-04-30 BIG-IP APM 14.x EoTS 2019-04-30 BIG-IP APM 13.x EoTS 2019-04-30 BIG-IP APM 12.x EoTS 2019-04-30 BIG-IP APM 11.x EoTS 2019-04-30 BIG-IP APM 10.x EoTS 2019-04-30 BIG-IP APM 9.x EoTS 2019-04-30 BIG-IP APM 8.x EoTS 2019-04-30 BIG-IP APM 7.x EoTS 2019-04-30
Update your software according to the Redistributing Software article. For information on how to verify the integrity of your BIG-IP system, see Verifying the integrity of your system.
What is F5 software versioning?
F5 software is versioned using a three-digit release number that represents the major and minor release of the platform. Major releases are tracked by the release number, such as BIG-IP APM 12.1. The first digit in the three-digit release number indicates the major version (12), while the last two digits indicate the minor iteration (1).
F5 Product Security Updates and Advisories
On 07/08/2014, F5 published advisory CVE-2014-0663 with details on a vulnerability that could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to cause the BIG-IP system to restart. This vulnerability has been assigned the identifier CVE-2014-0663. Mitigation for this issue is available by upgrading to version 11.6.1 or later of the BIG-IP APM software or upgrading to version 9.3.3 or later of the BIG-IP APM software and applying the appropriate fix according to your operating system (OS) type
Product: BIG-IP APM 16.x
BIG-IP APM 15.x
BIG-IP APM 14.x
BIG-IP APM 13.x
What is F5 Networks?
F5 Networks, Inc. is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Seattle, Washington that specializes in high-performance networking products.
The company was founded by Andrew Feldman and Mark McLaughlin, who served as its co-CEOs and co-founders until the death of Feldman in 2009.
Feldman later died at age 48 from a heart attack while mountain climbing in Kyrgyzstan.
His position was then filled by John McGovern, his replacement from NetScouts Systems, and Brian Gammill, the former head of global sales for IBM's Lotus division.
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