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for the advisory released December 22, 2005.
Cisco PIX Firewall 515
Cisco PIX Firewall 520
Cisco Firewall Services Module
Cisco Firewall Services Module 1.1 (3.005)
Cisco Firewall Services Module 1.1.2
Cisco Firewall Services Module 1.1.3
Cisco Firewall Services Module 2.1 (0.208)
Cisco IOS 12.2 SXD
Block external access at the network boundary, unless service is required by external parties.
Configure network access control lists to explicitly deny IKE traffic from unauthorized sources. This may limit exposure to this vulnerabilities.
Deploy network intrusion detection systems to monitor network traffic for malicious activity.
Monitor network traffic to the device for signs of anomalous or suspicious activity. Such activity may be logged by deployed network intrusion detection systems or may be evident in the logs generated by affected devices.
Cisco has released an advisory detailing fixes for affected devices. Please see the attached advisory for further information.
Cisco Firewall Services Module :
Cisco Firewall Services Module 1.1 (3.005):
Cisco Firewall Services Module 1.1.2:
Cisco Firewall Services Module 1.1.3:
Cisco Firewall Services Module 2.1 (0.208):
Cisco IOS 12.2 SXD:
Source: Multiple Vulnerabilities Found by PROTOS IPSec Test Suite
Source: Multiple Vulnerability Issues in Implementations of ISAKMP Protocol
Discovery is credited to Cisco in cooperation with CERT-FI and NISCC.
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