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May 10, 2006
Symantec Enterprise Firewall NAT/HTTP Proxy internal IP leakage

Revision History
May 10, 2006 - Corrected bundle information

Very Low

Remote AccessYes
Local AccessNo
Authentication RequiredNo
Exploit publicly availableNo

An information leak has been discovered in the HTTP proxy of the Symantec Enterprise Firewall and Symantec Gateway Security products. In response to specific http requests, the firewall may reveal internal addresses otherwise hidden by Network Address Translation (NAT).

Products Affected
Symantec Gateway Security 5000 Series2.0.1Bundle E
3.0Bundle B
Symantec Enterprise Firewall8.0Bundle E

Products Not Affected
Symantec Gateway Security 1600 appliance3.0
Symantec Gateway Security 5000 Series3.0.1
Symantec Gateway Security 400 SeriesAll
Symantec Gateway Security 300 SeriesAll

Symantec Response
Symantec has verified the issue and fixed the exposure in available product updates. Symantec recommends customers apply the latest updates for their supported product versions.

Product Updates are available from the Symantec web site:

Symantec would like to thank Bernhard Mueller for reporting this issue to Symantec.

Symantec takes the security and proper functionality of our products very seriously. As founding members of the Organization for Internet Safety (OISafety), Symantec supports and follows the principles of responsible disclosure. Symantec also subscribes to the vulnerability disclosure guidelines outlined by the National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC).

Please contact secure@symantec.com if you feel you have discovered a security issue in a Symantec product. A Symantec Product Security team member will contact you regarding your submission. Symantec strongly recommends using encrypted email for reporting vulnerability information to secure@symantec.com. The Symantec Product Security PGP key can be found at the end of this message.

Symantec has developed a Product Vulnerability Response document outlining the process we follow in addressing suspected vulnerabilities in our products. This document is available below.

Symantec-Product-Vulnerability-Response Symantec Vulnerability Response Policy Symantec Product Vulnerability Management PGP Key Symantec Product Vulnerability Management PGP Key

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Initial Post on: Wednesday, 10-May-06 9:00:00
Last modified on: Friday, 12-May-06 18:49:23