Cisco recently issued software updates to patch a number of security flaws. These vulnerabilities could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to perform arbitrary code or get access to sensitive information, or it could allow an authenticated, local attacker to gain elevated privileges or unauthorized access to the application, according to the company.
A number of security flaws were discovered in Cisco’s SD-WAN vManage Program and the HyperFlex HX web-based management interface, both of which necessitated software updates.
Registered and unauthorized users can send unauthorized messages to the vulnerable application, obtain elevated privileges, modify the application, or trigger a DoS condition on affected systems due to the vulnerabilities.
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