A vulnerability has been reported in various Juniper Network products, which can be exploited by malicious people to poison the DNS cache.
The vulnerability is caused due to the products not sufficiently randomising the DNS transaction ID and the source port number, which can be exploited to poison the DNS cache.
The following products are affected:
* Network firewalls running ScreenOS software
* J-series routers running JUNOS Enhanced Services Software (junos-jsr) built prior to May 23, 2008.
* Juniper switching products running JUNOS Enhanced Switching Software (junos-ex) built prior to May 23, 2008.
Solution: Contact Juniper Networks Customer Support Center for product updates.
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Subject: Juniper Networks Products DNS Cache Poisoning Vulnerability
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