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Check Point response to CERT CA-2002-03 (Multi-vendor SNMP vulnerabilities)
From: Scott Walker Register <scott.register () us checkpoint com>
Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 18:16:15 -0500

Check Point Statement on SNMP Vulnerability Test Suite (CERT CA-2002-03)

Recently, an automated suite was released which tests products for known SNMP vulnerabilities.  

FireWall-1, by default, blocks all SNMP communication to, from, or across a FireWall-1 gateway.  
SNMP communication is enabled only if the administrator writes a specific rule which allows the communication.  

SNMP communication is not required for correct functionality of any Check Point products.

If SNMP monitoring of Check Point firewalls is needed, Check Point recommends that the FireWall-1 rule base tightly 
restrict SNMP communication and that all relevant operating system security patches be applied.

Check Point knows of no SNMP-related security issues in any of its products, and has 
conducted an extensive review to ensure that none exist.

Scott.Register () us CheckPoint com  ||  FireWall-1 Product Manager
               Check Point Software Technologies, Inc.
2255 Glades Road    /    Suite 324A     \  Boca Raton, FL  33431
Voice: 561.989.5418 | Fax: 561.997.5421  |   02/20/02   18:16:15

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