Initial Publication Date: Advisory Status: Advisory Severity: CVSS Base Score:Legacy ID
15 Oct 2010 Closed Medium CVSS v2: 5.0 SA48
All versions of ProxySG prior to 6.1.2 are vulnerable.
ProxySG 6.1 - a fix is available in SGOS 126.96.36.199.
ProxySG 5.5 - a fix is available in SGOS 188.8.131.52
ProxySG 5.4 - a fix is available in SGOS 184.108.40.206.
ProxySG 5.3 - please upgrade to a later version.
ProxySG 4.3 - an interim fix is available in SGOS 220.127.116.11 patch release.
For information on how to upgrade SGOS, please see KB3608.
Malicious scripts are commonly encoded in web pages and run without a user's knowledge. ProxySG can be configured to supplement virus scanning of Web content by detecting and removing the HTML tags that launch active content such as Java applets or scripts. In addition, the removed content can be replaced with predefined material, also called active content transformation.
Anything within the <script></script> tags.
Vulnerable SGOS versions only detect these tags and attributes encoded in ASCII. Tags and attributes encoded in other formats will elude detection.
CVSS v2 base score: 5.0 (AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:N/I:P/A:N)
Malicious active content is difficult to distinguish from legitimate active content. ProxySG active content transformation and removal is designed to supplement WebPulse, virus scanners, and browser protections that detect and prevent malicious active content. Customers are encouraged to employ multiple layers of protection to achieve the best results.
2014-01-20 Marked as final
2011-05-25 Notification of fix in a patch release of ProxySG version 18.104.22.168.
2011-04-26 Minor update to clarify vulnerable versions.
2011-02-17 Notification of fix in ProxySG version 22.214.171.124. Added the fix for SGOS 126.96.36.199. Added link to KB3608.
2010-10-27 Notification of ProxySG version 188.8.131.52 patch release being promoted to GA release.
2010-10-15 Initial public release.
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