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oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5113
The Windows Firewall: Allow local port exceptions setting allows administrators to use the Windows Firewall component in Control Panel to define a local port exceptions list. Windows Firewall can use two port exceptions lists; the other is defined by the Windows Firewall: Define port exceptions poli ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5103
The Windows Firewall: Allow local program exceptions setting allows administrators to use the Windows Firewall component in Control Panel to define a local program exceptions list. Disabling this policy setting does not allow administrators to define a local program exceptions list, and ensures that ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5108
The Windows Firewall: Allow UPnP framework exception setting allows a computer to receive unsolicited Plug and Play messages sent by network devices, such as routers with built-in firewalls. To receive these messages, Windows Firewall opens TCP port 2869 and UDP port 1900. If you enable this policy ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5106
The Windows Firewall: Allow ICMP exceptions setting defines the set of Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) message types that Windows Firewall allows. Utilities can use ICMP messages to determine the status of other computers. For example, Ping uses the echo request message. If you set this pol ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5105
This setting allows file and printer sharing by configuring Windows Firewall to open UDP ports 137 and 138 and TCP ports 139 and 445. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Firewall opens these ports so that the computer can receive print jobs and requests for access to shared files. You must sp ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5111
The Windows Firewall: Prohibit unicast response to multicast or broadcast requests setting prevents a computer from receiving unicast responses to its outgoing multicast or broadcast messages. When this policy setting is enabled and the computer sends multicast or broadcast messages to other compute ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:6008
The Windows Firewall port exceptions list should be defined by Group Policy, which allows you to centrally manage and deploy your port exceptions and ensure that local administrators do not create less secure settings. The Windows Firewall: Define port exceptions policy setting allows you to central ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5100
The Windows Firewall: Protect all network connections setting turns on Windows Firewall, which replaces Internet Connection Firewall on all computers that are running Windows XP SP2. This appendix recommends configuring this setting to Enabled to protect all network connections for computers in all ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:51041
Many organizations take advantage of remote computer administration in their daily operations. However, some attacks have exploited the ports typically used by remote administration programs; Windows Firewall can block these ports. To provide flexibility for remote administration, the Windows Firewa ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5101
The Windows Firewall: Do not allow exceptions setting specifies that Windows Firewall blocks all unsolicited incoming messages. This policy setting overrides all other Windows Firewall policy settings that allow such messages. If you enable this policy setting in the Windows Firewall component of Co ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5107
Many organizations use Remote Desktop connections in their normal troubleshooting procedures or operations. However, some attacks have occurred that exploited the ports typically used by Remote Desktop. To provide flexibility for remote administration, the Windows Firewall: Allow Remote Desktop exce ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5109
Windows Firewall can display notifications to users when a program requests that Windows Firewall add the program to the program exceptions list. This situation occurs when programs attempt to open a port and are not allowed to do so based on current Windows Firewall rules. The Windows Firewall: Pro ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5011
The Windows Firewall: Prohibit unicast response to multicast or broadcast requests setting prevents a computer from receiving unicast responses to its outgoing multicast or broadcast messages. When this policy setting is enabled and the computer sends multicast or broadcast messages to other compute ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5016
Allows Windows Firewall to record information about the unsolicited incoming messages that it receives. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Firewall writes the information to a log file. You must provide the name, location, and maximum size of the log file. The location can contain environmen ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5015
Allows Windows Firewall to record information about the unsolicited incoming messages that it receives. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Firewall writes the information to a log file. You must provide the name, location, and maximum size of the log file. The location can contain environmen ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5014
Allows Windows Firewall to record information about the unsolicited incoming messages that it receives. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Firewall writes the information to a log file. You must provide the name, location, and maximum size of the log file. The location can contain environmen ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5013
The Windows Firewall: Allow local port exceptions setting allows administrators to use the Windows Firewall component in Control Panel to define a local port exceptions list. Windows Firewall can use two port exceptions lists; the other is defined by the Windows Firewall: Define port exceptions poli ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5017
Allows Windows Firewall to record information about the unsolicited incoming messages that it receives. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Firewall writes the information to a log file. You must provide the name, location, and maximum size of the log file. The location can contain environmen ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5000
The Windows Firewall: Protect all network connections setting turns on Windows Firewall, which replaces Internet Connection Firewall on all computers that are running Windows XP SP2. This appendix recommends configuring this setting to Enabled to protect all network connections for computers in all ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5005
This setting allows file and printer sharing by configuring Windows Firewall to open UDP ports 137 and 138 and TCP ports 139 and 445. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Firewall opens these ports so that the computer can receive print jobs and requests for access to shared files. You must sp ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5004
Many organizations take advantage of remote computer administration in their daily operations. However, some attacks have exploited the ports typically used by remote administration programs; Windows Firewall can block these ports. To provide flexibility for remote administration, the Windows Firewa ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5003
The Windows Firewall: Allow local program exceptions setting allows administrators to use the Windows Firewall component in Control Panel to define a local program exceptions list. Disabling this policy setting does not allow administrators to define a local program exceptions list, and ensures that ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5009
Windows Firewall can display notifications to users when a program requests that Windows Firewall add the program to the program exceptions list. This situation occurs when programs attempt to open a port and are not allowed to do so based on current Windows Firewall rules. The Windows Firewall: Pro ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5008
The Windows Firewall: Allow UPnP framework exception setting allows a computer to receive unsolicited Plug and Play messages sent by network devices, such as routers with built-in firewalls. To receive these messages, Windows Firewall opens TCP port 2869 and UDP port 1900. If you enable this policy ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5007
Many organizations use Remote Desktop connections in their normal troubleshooting procedures or operations. However, some attacks have occurred that exploited the ports typically used by Remote Desktop. To provide flexibility for remote administration, the Windows Firewall: Allow Remote Desktop exce ...

oval:gov.nist.USGCB.xpfirewall:def:5006
The Windows Firewall: Allow ICMP exceptions setting defines the set of Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) message types that Windows Firewall allows. Utilities can use ICMP messages to determine the status of other computers. For example, Ping uses the echo request message. If you set this pol ...

CPE    1
cpe:/o:microsoft:windows_xp
CCE    26
CCE-3262-3
CCE-3081-7
CCE-3183-1
CCE-2989-2
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