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An Office zero-day, CVE-2016-7193, was also patched in MS16-121 …

CNAs are OS and product vendors, developers, security researchers, and research organizations that assign CVE IDs to newly discovered issues without directly involving MITRE in the details of the specific vulnerabilities, and include the CVE ID numbers in the first public disclosure of the vulnerabilities.

CNAs are the main method for requesting a CVE ID number.

The main topic of the article is that Microsoft Corporation "patched a handful of zero-day vulnerabilities that have been publicly attacked in Internet Explorer, Edge, Windows and Office products …

Today also signaled the first time Microsoft issued security updates for older Windows versions (Windows 7 and 8, and Windows Server 20) as single, cumulative security and feature updates." CVE is mentioned as follows: "The Internet Explorer zero day, CVE-2016-3298, was one of 11 remote code execution flaws patched in a cumulative update, MS16-118 …

For additional information about CVE compatibility and to review all products and services listed, visit the CVE Compatibility Process and CVE-Compatible Products and Services.

The CVE Numbering Authority (CNA) Rules document is now available on the CVE website.

Visit CVE-2016-3298, CVE-2016-7189, CVE-2016-3393, CVE-2016-7193, and CVE-2016-0142 to learn more about these issues.

CVE is mentioned in an October 5, 2016 article entitled "Insulin pump vulnerabilities could lead to overdose" on ZDNet.

The following five software vendors, one third-party coordinator, and one vulnerability researcher are now CVE Numbering Authorities (CNAs): Dell EMC (formerly EMC Corporation) for Dell EMC, RSA, Pivotal, and VCE issues only; Kr CERT/CC (third-party coordinator); Internet Systems Consortium for all projects; Mc Afee (formerly Intel Security) for Mc Afee issues only; Puppet for Puppet issues only; Rapid 7 (vulnerability researcher); and VMWare for VMWare issues only.

In addition, existing CNA Intel Corporation will no longer cover Mc Afee issues and will now cover Intel issues only.

Two additional cyber security products have achieved the final stage of MITRE's formal CVE Compatibility Process and are now officially "CVE-Compatible." The products are now eligible to use the CVE-Compatible Product/Service logo, and a completed and reviewed "CVE Compatibility Requirements Evaluation" questionnaire is posted for the product as part of the organization's listing on the CVE-Compatible Products and Services page on the CVE website.