Imperva Security Response for CVE-2010-1329Evasion vulnerability in SecureSphere Web Application Firewall and Database Firewall
Revision HistoryDate: 4/5/2010
Comments: Initial Version
Affected versions and fixes listed below.
It is possible to evade some of the detection mechanisms of the SecureSphere Web Application Firewall and Database Firewall by sending a specially crafted, extremely large request.
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In our latest cumulative patch, Imperva has included a specific fix which resolves the problem. This cumulative patch also enhances the performance of the SecureSphere system. Imperva urges you to install this important patch at your earliest convenience.
Below is a table of affected versions and the minimum required patch numbers. For help in applying these patches, please contact Imperva Support (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|220.127.116.1128 on XOS 8.0/5||ssgw-6128-CBI10|
|18.104.22.16878 on XOS 8.5.3||ssgw-22.214.171.12467-CBI28|
PATCH DOWNLOAD: The patch and release notes are available on the FTP Site. (Imperva Username and Credentials Required)
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