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Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability in Juniper NetScreen 5GT Antivirus HTTP Engine (supersedes PSN-2004-06-009)JSA10329269,362 Jun 18, 2008
Vulnerabilities in BGP Protocol (CERT/CC VU#784540)JSA10333246,608 Jun 18, 2008
Remote crash of ScreenOS via the SSHv1 serviceJSA10339205,869 Jun 18, 2008
IPSec configurations may be vulnerable to information disclosure (NISCC/IPSEC/004033)JSA10348406,762 Jun 18, 2008
Optimistic TCP acknowledgements can cause denial of service (CERT/CC VU#102014)JSA10350299,338 Jun 18, 2008
IPSec VPN Username Enumeration VulnerabilityJSA10353322,815 Jun 18, 2008
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.JSA10354288,283 Jun 18, 2008
IKE version 1 vulnerability issues resulting from OUSPG ISAKMP Test Suite (NISCC/ISAKMP/273756)JSA10356559,785 Jun 18, 2008
IPSec Replay vulnerability (FreeBSD Security Advisory FreeBSD-SA-06:11.ipsec)JSA10359269,665 Jun 18, 2008
ScreenOS FTP-command service in DENY ruleJSA10363233,652 Jun 18, 2008
Domain Name Service (DNS) servers can cache "spoofed" results (CERT/CC VU#800113, CVE-2008-1447) JSA103841,362,559 Mar 5, 2017

Cross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in ScreenOS Software

JSA10388270,166 Oct 1, 2008
ScreenOS Firmware Image Authenticity Notification JSA10392392,356 Jul 9, 2014
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). JSA10403440,621 Mar 5, 2017
Response to "TCP Split Handshake Attack" vulnerability in Juniper SRX firewallsJSA10476916,910 Apr 20, 2011

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