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Re: Pentesting Old unsupported Firewall Appliances
From: vtlists () wyae de
Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2007 09:48:22 +0200

Harold Castro writes:

I'm new in pen testing.
Recently, I came across this firewall appliance
running Apache/1.3.26 (Unix) mod_dtcl mod_ssl/2.8.10 OpenSSL/0.9.7 during an
external pentest.

The nmap output on OS fingerprinting and service
detection looks like:

Running (JUST GUESSING) : Nokia IPSO (98%), Checkpoint
IPSO (90%) OS fingerprint not ideal because: Missing a
closed TCP port so results incomplete Aggressive OS
guesses: Nokia IP650 firewall appliance (runs IPSO 4.0
and CheckPoint Firewall-1/VPN-1 software) (98%), Nokia
IPSO 4.1Build19 firewall (94%), Checkpoint VPN-1
running IPSO 4.1 (90%)

According to nessus and nikto scans, the apache and
mod_ssl running on this particular host has several
high risk vulnerabilities.

Hmmm - are you sure that the apache is running on the firewall? I think a simple incoming NAT port forwarding to a separate server is more probable than an apache on the Checkpoint/Nokia appliance. You can crosscheck the NMAP result with an ikescan if you test if there are CKP-specific ports open (FW1topo comes to mind) or for the checkpoint-specific IKE modes, which will give you the exact CKP version, too.

Bye

Volker



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