Raptor Firewall FTP bounce attack
|raptor-firewall-ftp-bounce (8847)||Medium Risk|
Raptor Firewall could allow a remote attacker to perform an FTP bounce attack on any FTP server located behind the firewall. In an FTP bounce attack, the FTP client specifies a different IP address other than its own to trick some FTP servers into making a connection and sending data to another host on the network. This creates the appearance that the computer is being probed or attacked by the FTP server, when in fact, it is the FTP client that is indirectly attacking it.
For patch information, refer to the BugTraq Mailing List posting dated Apr 17 2002 9:06PM. See References.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Mon Apr 15 2002 - 09:11:58 CDT: Raptor Firewall FTP Bounce vulnerability.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Wed Apr 17 2002 - 16:06:11 CDT: Re: Raptor Firewall FTP Bounce vulnerability.
- Symantec Security Response 17 April, 2002: Symantec Enterprise Firewall FTP Bounce Attack.
- BID-4522: Symantec Raptor / Enterprise Firewall FTP Bounce Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0538: FTP proxy in Symantec Raptor Firewall 6.5.3 and Enterprise 7.0 rewrites an FTP server's FTP PORT responses in a way that allows remote attackers to redirect FTP data connections to arbitrary ports, a variant of the FTP bounce vulnerability.
- OSVDB ID: 4698: Symantec Raptor Firewall FTP Data Redirection Bounce Attack
- Symantec Raptor Firewall 6.5.3i
Apr 15, 2002
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