When a PAN-OS device is configured as a GlobalProtect web portal, a specially crafted request to the portal could result in a crash of the service. (Ref. #89750) (CVE-2016-3656)
This issue can be exploited remotely by an attacker with network access to the GlobalProtect portal in order to cause a denial-of-service (DoS) via a service crash.
This issue affects PAN-OS releases 5.0.17 and prior; 6.0.12 and prior; 6.1.9 and prior; 7.0.5 and prior
|PAN-OS 7.0||<= 7.0.5||>= 7.0.5H2|
|PAN-OS 6.1||<= 6.1.9||>= 6.1.10|
|PAN-OS 6.0||<= 6.0.12||>= 6.0.13|
|PAN-OS 5.0||<= 5.0.17||>= 5.0.18|
CVSSv3.1 Base Score: 7.5 (CVSS:3.1/AV:N/AC:L/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:N/I:N/A:H)
PAN-OS releases 5.0.18 and newer; 6.0.13 and newer; 6.1.10 and newer; 7.0.5H2 and newer
Emergency content update 563 contains an IPS signature (#38903) that can be used as an interim mitigation to protect PAN-OS devices until the device software is upgraded. Note that signatures 38903 must be applied to a firewall rule securing traffic destined for the GlobalProtect portal. The GlobalProtect portal should only be present once per installation, limiting the organization’s exposure to this issue. This issue can be further mitigated by disabling the affected optional “login page” in the GlobalProtect portal configuration, and distribution of the client side software may be performed through alternative means such as GPO or network share while the PAN-OS patch is applied.