Cisco, this week, released an advisory, CVE-2020-27130, mentioning that a vulnerability was identified and resolved in Cisco Security Supervisor that might allow an unauthenticated, remote enemy to gain access to delicate info.
The vulnerability is severe and has actually been scored 9.1 on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS).
Affected variations and items
This vulnerability affects Cisco Security Manager launches 4.21 and earlier.
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The advisory states that an aggressor might exploit this vulnerability by sending a crafted request to this impacted device and that an effectively exploited device would enable access to the aggressor to download approximate files.
Considering the high seriousness of the vulnerability, Cisco has actually currently released a fix for this vulnerability and clients may set up the repair and download for their relevant version of the product, as there was no workaround for the vulnerability.
The advisory likewise specifies that the Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) is not familiar with any malicious usage of the vulnerability till date, which shows that this vulnerability is more a Proof of Concept (PoC) than a real life threat.
In a follow-up tweet, Hauser reported that he had a call with the Cisco team and that the vulnerabilities were certainly fixed however require more testing.
Cisco has credited Florian Hauser with the discovery of this vulnerability.
Hauser on his twitter handle stated that he had reported the defect 120 days back however “Cisco PSIRT had ended up being unresponsive” which the upgraded release does not have any mention of these vulnerabilities, and he has also for the benefit of all consolidated the PoCs in one Github page which can be accessed from the below tweet.
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