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UnreadPublished Published JSA10329 Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability in Juniper NetScreen 5GT Antivirus HTTP Engine (supersedes PSN-2004-06-009) 255,602 Jun 18, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10333 Vulnerabilities in BGP Protocol (CERT/CC VU#784540) 232,555 Jun 18, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10339 Remote crash of ScreenOS via the SSHv1 service 192,255 Jun 18, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10348 IPSec configurations may be vulnerable to information disclosure (NISCC/IPSEC/004033) 392,601 Jun 18, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10350 Optimistic TCP acknowledgements can cause denial of service (CERT/CC VU#102014) 285,097 Jun 18, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10353 IPSec VPN Username Enumeration Vulnerability 308,516 Jun 18, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10354 Juniper Netscreen Firewall 5GT-ADSL running ScreenOS 5.2.0r1-adsl or 5.2.0r2-adsl might be susceptible to policy mismatch under specific configurations. 274,489 Jun 18, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10356 IKE version 1 vulnerability issues resulting from OUSPG ISAKMP Test Suite (NISCC/ISAKMP/273756) 545,450 Jun 18, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10359 IPSec Replay vulnerability (FreeBSD Security Advisory FreeBSD-SA-06:11.ipsec) 255,617 Jun 18, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10363 ScreenOS FTP-command service in DENY rule 219,842 Jun 18, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10384 Domain Name Service (DNS) servers can cache "spoofed" results (CERT/CC VU#800113, CVE-2008-1447) 1,346,208 Mar 5, 2017
UnreadPublished Published JSA10388

Cross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in ScreenOS Software

269,604 Oct 1, 2008
UnreadPublished Published JSA10392 ScreenOS Firmware Image Authenticity Notification 391,735 Jul 9, 2014
UnreadPublished Published JSA10403 A number of NAT/PAT devices effectively defeat the DNS source port randomization feature that was implemented to address DNS Cache Poisoning (CERT/CC VU#800113, CVE-2008-1447). 425,735 Mar 5, 2017
UnreadPublished Published JSA10476 Response to "TCP Split Handshake Attack" vulnerability in Juniper SRX firewalls 902,865 Apr 20, 2011
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