Per the new Cisco advisory cisco-sa-20080604-asa for PIX and ASA devices, I'm looking at some version updates on some of my ASAs. The Software Versions and Fixes portion of the advisory page at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/products_security_advisory09186a00809a8354.shtml
confuses me because it shows version that have a trailing portion that doesn't correspond to the download. For example, for the Crafted TCP ACK Packet Vulnerability in the 8.0 release it's fixed in 8.0(3)10. It's that "10" at the end that's confusing, because when I go to download the software, I see only 8.0.3ED with no 10. I've had an 8.0(3) deployed--how can I tell if it's 8.0(3)10 specifically if the download page doesn't reference that trailing version?
Thanks in advance,
By the way, you can download 8.0.(3)12 at the following link:
ASA Interim Release 220.127.116.11 25-APR-2008