Cisco Issues 25 Patches for Wireless Vulnerabilities

A new advised for the user from Cisco about its Policy Suite that it has discovered vulnerabilities, which will allow remote attackers to access any types of features of the solution.

The company’s Policy Suite offers a system for building rules. It can be utilized to enforce business logic to avoid policy enforcement points such as- internet network routers and packet data gateways. Mainly, it is used by some of the wireless and mobile companies.

As per the report of Cisco, the vulnerability is not enough for authentication that means an attacker could easily gain access and make some of the improvements to existing repositories and make new ones.

Besides this, the vulnerability of the Cluster Manager could be permitted a remote attacker to sign into an infected any system with the help of the primary account, which has a default, static user details.

Alongside, an exploit is able to allow the attacker to sign in to the infected system and observe arbitrary commands as the primary user.

Furthermore, Cisco has also pushed out patches for its SD-WAN, with the help of seven high-rated advisories, and its VPN subsystem.

In this place, for the SD-WAN solution, there is a file overwrite and a denial-of-service vulnerability.

The vulnerability affects launches before Release 18.2.0, with no workarounds which are able to address it. For this, the tech giant has launched useful software that is providing free updates that have excellent capability to address the vulnerability; with its security the incident response team believes that there has not been any malicious use.

In the last week, other vulnerabilities were declared by the company for its web-based user interface of the Cisco IP Phone 6800, 7800 and 8800 Series, plus some others.

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