“Extremely critical” flaw Symantec firewalls

A SECUNIA BULLETIN warns of a number of “extremely critical” holes in Symantec firewalls which could lead to denial of service attacks and system access.
Secunia said eEye reported multiple vulnerabilities in Symantec products including Norton Internet Security 2003/2002, AntiSpam 2004, Symantec Client FIrewall and Personal Firewall, and Symantec Client Security.

These could let a hacker into your system or compromise a vulnerable system, Secunia says.

However, there are patches available through the LiveUpdate feature and technical support channels, says Secunia.

Its advisory is here.µ

News source: theinquirer.net


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