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|Symantec Endpoint Protection||68|
|Symantec Web Gateway||37|
|Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager||34|
|Symantec Norton Antivirus||26|
|Symantec Messaging Gateway||22|
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Affected Products (176): ASG (2), AV Engine (1), Advanced Secure Gateway (9), Altiris (1), Altiris Deployment Solution (19), Altiris IT Management Suite (1), Altiris Notification Server (6), Altiris WISE Package Studio (1), Anti-Virus Engine (1), AntiVirus (17), AntiVirus Corporate Edition (3), AntiVirus Scan Engine (1), Antivirus (2), Antivirus Scan Engine (5), AppStream (1), AppStream Client (1), Automated Support Assistant (3), Backup (2), Backup Exec (18), Backup Exec System Recovery (2), BackupExec System Recovery (1), Backupexec System Recovery (4), Brightmail AntiSpam (6), Brightmail Antispam (1), Brightmail Gateway (1), Brightmail Gateway Appliance (2), CacheFlow (1), Client Security (6), Clientless Vpn Gateway 4400 (1), Cluster Server (1), Compliance Server (2), Content Analysis Module (1), Critical System Protection (6), Data Center Security (9), Data Center Security Manager (1), Data Insight (2), Data Loss Prevention (4), Data Loss Prevention Detection Servers (1), Deployment Solution (1), Encryption Desktop (10), Encryption Management Server (9), Endpoint Detection (2), Endpoint Detection & Response (1), Endpoint Detection and Response Appliance (1), Endpoint Encryption (9), Endpoint Protection (68), Endpoint Protection AVEngine (2), Endpoint Protection Manager (34), Endpoint Protection SBE (1), Endpoint Protection Small Business Edition (15), Enterprise Firewall (14), Enterprise Security Manager (4), Enterprise Server (1), Enterprise Vault (1), Filter (1), Firewall (7), Gateway (4), Gateway Security (3), Gateway Security 5400 (1), Ghost (2), Ghost Solution Suite (1), Ghost Solutions Suite (3), I-gear (1), IM Manager (8), IT Analytics (1), ITMS (1), Identity Portal (1), Industrial Control System Protection (1), Install Norton Security (1), IntelligenceCenter (1), Java! JIT Compiler (1), Layer7 API Management OAuth Toolkit (1), LiveUpdate (12), LiveUpdate Administrator (2), Livestate Agent (1), Mail-Gear (1), Mail Security (7), Mail Security Appliance (1), Mail Security for Domino (2), Mail Security for MS Exchange (1), Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange (2), Mail Threat Defense (1), Management Agent (2), Management Center (1), Management Console (2), Management Platform (1), Message Filter (4), Message Gateway (2), Messaging Gateway (22), Messaging Gateway SMG (2), Mobile Security (1), My VIP Portal (1), NetBackup (1), NetBackup Appliance (1), NetBackup OpsCenter Server (1), NetBackup PureDisk (1), NetBackup PureDisk Remote Office Edition (1), NetBackup Server (1), Network Access Control (2), Norton 360 (1), Norton Anti-Virus (1), Norton AntiVirus (13), Norton Antispam (1), Norton Antivirus (26), Norton Antivirus for Internet Email Gateway (1), Norton Core (1), Norton Ghost (9), Norton Internet Security (13), Norton Internet Security 2008 (1), Norton Internet Security 2010 (1), Norton Personal Firewall (8), Norton Security (3), Norton System Works (4), Norton Utilities (1), Norton_internet_security (2), ON Command CCM (1), On-Demand Agent (1), On Command Discovery (1), PGP (1), PGP Desktop (2), PGP Universal Server (1), PGP Whole Disk Encryption (1), PowerQuest DeployCenter (1), Products (1), Protection Engine (1), ProxyClient (1), ProxySG (11), Raptor (1), Raptor Firewall (3), Reporter (1), Reporter CLI (1), Reporter Web UI (1), Response (2), SAV (1), SONAR (1), SSL Visibility (1), Security Analytics (2), Security Check Service (1), Security Check Virus Detection (1), SecurityExpressions Audit (2), Security Information Manager (4), Storage Foundation (1), Sygate Management Server (1), Sygate NAC (1), Sygate Personal Firewall (2), Symantec Antivirus Scan Engine (2), Symantec Endpoint Protection Cloud (2), System Recovery (1), System Works (1), VIP Access Desktop (1), VIP Access for Desktop (1), VIP Enterprise Gateway (1), VPN (2), VPN Appliance (2), VPN Appliances (2), Velociraptor (2), Veritas Backup (1), Veritas Backup Exec (2), Veritas Cluster Server (1), Veritas Command Central Storage Change Manager (1), Veritas File System (2), Veritas Netbackup (5), Veritas Netbackup Server (1), Veritas Storage Foundation (3), Veritas Volume Manager (1), Veritas Volume Replicator (1), Web Gateway (37), Web Isolation (1), Web Security (6), WinFax Pro (1), Workspace Streaming (4), Workspace Virtualization (3), i3 Focalpoint Server (1), iCommand (1), norton antivirus (2), pcAnywhere (21)
Link to Vendor Website: https://www.symantec.com/
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