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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

                          ESB-2007.0385 -- [Win]
      Symantec Ghost Solution Suite denial of service vulnerabilities
                               25 June 2007


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:              Symantec Ghost Solution Suite 2.0.0 and prior
Publisher:            Symantec
Operating System:     Windows
Impact:               Denial of Service
Access:               Remote/Unauthenticated
CVE Names:            CVE-2007-3132

Original Bulletin:   

Revision History:  June 25 2007: Updated CVE Name
                   June  6 2007: Initial Release

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SYM07-013: Multiple Symantec Ghost Solution Suite Vulnerabilities
June 5, 2007

Revision History

Risk Impact: Medium

Remote Access: Yes
Local Access: Yes
Authentication Required: No
Exploit publicly available: No

Multiple denial of service vulnerabilities have been identified in Symantec
Ghost Solution Suite.

Affected Products
Product                         Version
Symantec Ghost Solution Suite   2.0.0 and earlier

Three remote denial of service vulnerabilities have been identified in Symantec
Ghost Solution Suite. All three vulnerabilities affect both the client and
server daemons. Each vulnerability is triggered by sending a malformed UDP
Packet to ether the client or server daemon.

Symantec response
Symantec has released updates for all supported 2.0.0 versions of Symantec
Ghost Solution Suite. These updates are available through LiveUpdate.

Symantec has released the following downloadable updates for all supported
1.1 version of Symantec Ghost Solution Suite.

Please download the appropriate version of the patch for your language:

    * Ghost Solution Suite 1.1 English
    * Ghost Solution Suite 1.1 German
    * Ghost Solution Suite 1.1 French
    * Ghost Solution Suite 1.1 Chinese
    * Ghost Solution Suite 1.1 Japanese
    * Ghost Solution Suite 1.1 Korean

To date, Symantec is not aware of any reported attempts to exploit this

Symantec would like to thank Pravus for reporting this issue to iDefense Labs.
Symantec would like to thank iDefense Labs for reporting these issues to
Symantec, and working with us on the resolution.

Symantec takes the security and proper functionality of its products very
seriously. As founding members of the Organization for Internet Safety
(OISafety), Symantec follows the principles of responsible disclosure. Symantec
also subscribes to the vulnerability guidelines outlined by the National
Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC). Please contact secure@symantec.com
if you feel you have discovered a potential or actual security issue with a
Symantec product. A Symantec Product Security team member will contact you
regarding your submission.

Symantec has developed a Product Vulnerability Handling Process document
outlining the process we follow in addressing suspected vulnerabilities in
our products. We support responsible disclosure of all vulnerability information
in a timely manner to protect Symantec customers and the security of the
Internet as a result of vulnerability. This document is available from the
location provided below.

Symantec strongly recommends using encrypted email for reporting vulnerability
information to secure@symantec.com. The Symantec Product Security PGP key can
be obtained from the location provided below.
Symantec Vulnerability Response Policy 
Symantec Product Vulnerability Management PGP Key

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