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Crafted IPv6 messages can crash the Routing Engine (VU#110947)JSA10373250,160 Jun 17, 2008
Non-RFC1112 compliant multicast packets sent to management Ethernet port can cause an SRP reset.JSA10381245,319 Jun 17, 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.JSA10354306,509 Jun 18, 2008
Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability in Juniper NetScreen 5GT Antivirus HTTP Engine (supersedes PSN-2004-06-009)JSA10329287,492 Jun 18, 2008
NISCC Vulnerability #144154: PROTOS c09-dns-response test tool (144154/NISCC/DNS)JSA10360240,777 Jun 18, 2008
IPSec Replay vulnerability (FreeBSD Security Advisory FreeBSD-SA-06:11.ipsec)JSA10359288,592 Jun 18, 2008
IKE version 1 vulnerability issues resulting from OUSPG ISAKMP Test Suite (NISCC/ISAKMP/273756)JSA10356580,152 Jun 18, 2008
ScreenOS FTP-command service in DENY ruleJSA10363251,989 Jun 18, 2008
Incorrect parsing of IPv6 packets may cause the kernel to panicJSA10310249,737 Jun 19, 2008
Packets destined to the broadcast or network address are forwarded on nonbroadcast point-to-point interfacesJSA10307236,820 Jun 19, 2008
TCP protocol susceptible to malicious ICMP messages (NISCC Vulnerability #532967, CERT/CC Vulnerability VU#222750)JSA10347333,143 Jun 19, 2008
Local security vulnerability (FreeBSD-SA-02:23.stdio)JSA10291232,546 Jun 19, 2008
JUNOS 5.x password recovery procedureJSA10304249,550 Jun 19, 2008
Crafted BGP UPDATE messages can tear down peering sessions (VU#929656, CVE-2007-6259)JSA10372244,127 Jun 19, 2008
IPv6 Route Header Type 0 (RH-0) vulnerability in JUNOS (CERT/CC VU#267289)JSA10369383,655 Jun 19, 2008

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