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NetScreen ScreenOS 4.0.3r2 DOS
From: Papa loves Mambo (plmioerror.org)
Date: Tue Jul 29 2003 - 11:27:05 CDT
There is a vulnerability in NetScreen's latest ScreenOS
that allows a malicious user to create a denial of
service attack remotely.
This has only been confirmed with the following
operating systems and NetScreen hardware.
Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional SP1 and SP2
NetScreen 204 and 208
By modifying the TCP Window size in the registry in W2K
a user can cause a NetScreen 20x running ScreenOS
4.0.3r2 to core dump the ASIC and reboot.
This only affects devices that have management services
such as Web, Telnet, or SSH enabled on an interface.
When a user tries to connect to one of the management
ports with the registry settings below the NetScreen
New DWORD Value
Papa Love Mambo Research Group
plm at ioerror.org