I'm currently managing a Cisco ASA 5520 firewall running ver 8.2(1) with an IPS ASA-SSM-10 running Cisco IPS Version 6.2(1)E3. Since last month however, we have been getting this unusual errors reported by the IPS module:
IPS software attempted to write invalid XML data for (token). Invalid XML character(s) were replaced with '*' Messages, like this one, in the category – XML Invalid Entry
I tried googling but to no avail. Did anyone come across such a problem?
Messages, like this one, in the category - XML Invalid Entry - you will need to check the ntp server regarding the XML data being sent to the sensor to make sure that it is in the correct XML format. Once you have corrected this, the messages should no longer appear.
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