PCI ASV 3.0 Program Guide
On June 19, 2017 Coalfire aligned with PCI DSS v3.2 and other PCI SSC program documents and to provide clarification in response to feedback from ASV, merchant/service provider and acquirer communities.
Coalfire recommends ASV customers to review the ASV 3.0 Program Guide to see what changes occured.
Major changes include:
- Increased scan-report retention period from two years to three years to align with ASV Qualification Requirements evidence retention period.
- Applicable Special Notes are now required to be filled in before being issued a passing scan report. Scans that return "Special Notes" is marked as a fail until the client submits Special Notes, and for an ASV to review them.
SSLv3 and Early TLS Update
Coalfire would like to remind all our customers which disputes will be accepted by the PCI DSS SSLv3 and Early TLS Mitigation and Migration Plan and which disputes will not be.
Vulnerabilities that will be accepted by the Risk Mitigation and Migration Plan
- TLS Server Supports TLS version 1.0
- TLS/SSL Server is enabling the BEAST attack
- TLS/SSL Server is enabling the POODLE attack
- S/SSL Server Supports SSLv3
Vulnerabilities that will not be accepted by the PCI DSS SSLv3/Early TLS Mitigation and Migration Plan and will either need to be remediated, have a compensating control in place (and provided) or prove to be a false positive.
- TLS Session Renegotiation Vulnerability
- TLS/SSL Birthday attacks on 64-bit block ciphers (SWEET32)
- TLS/SSL Server Supports RC4 Cipher Algorithms (CVE-2013-2566)
Other vulnerabilities that are similar may not have been listed. If you have any questions regarding which vulnerabilities need or do not need a Risk Mitigation and Migration Plan, please feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Did you know?
- Per PCI guidelines, disputes can be accepted for a period no longer than 90 days. CoalfireOne has a “Disputes by Vulnerability” option to lighten the load of submitting disputes from quarter to quarter.
- Timely dispute response. Once a dispute is submitted, you will receive information if the dispute has been accepted or rejected within 5 business days. If the disputes have been rejected, a detailed explanation will be provided by a CoalfireOne representative.
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