For the fourth time in as many months, Cisco has removed hardcoded credentials that were left inside one of its products, which an attacker could have exploited to gain access to devices and inherently to customer networks.
Cisco released 16 security advisories yesterday, including alerts for three vulnerabilities rated "Critical" and which received a maximum of 10 out of 10 on the CVSSv3 severity score.
Last night, a hacker group going under the name "JHT" attacked foreign network infrastructure, including Russian and Iranian networks, using the Cisco CVE-2018-0171 Smart Install vulnerability. Using this vulnerability the hackers were able to reset the routers back to their default configuration and display a message to the victims.
Cisco Talos, the cyber-security division of US IT conglomerate Cisco, said today that hackers are abusing misconfigured Cisco switches to gain a point of entry into organizations across the world.
Cisco removed today a backdoor account from its IOS XE operating system that would have allowed a remote attacker to log into Cisco routers and switches with a high-privileged account.
Today's deal is for a huge 9 course bundle that offers training on numerous Cisco certifications including the CCNA & CCNP Routing & Switching, Cisco SWITCH 300-115, CICD, other exams. This bundle is normally priced at $59, but is on sale for $49 for a limited time.
Cisco has released software patches that fix a major vulnerability affecting Cisco devices running Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Software.
Yesterday, Cisco rolled out Encrypted Traffic Analytics (ETA), a breakthrough technology that identifies malware in encrypted traffic without the need of intercepting and decrypting data streams.
In this edition of #AskACISO, I interviewed Youri Lammerts van Bueren , the CISO of the BUCH, which manages the Bergen - Uitgeest - Castricum - Heiloo municipalities in the Netherlands.
Cisco has initiated a mass security audit of all its products that incorporate a version of the Apache Struts framework, recently affected by a series of vulnerabilities, one of which is under active exploitation.
On Friday, last week, Cisco admitted that an engineering gaffe caused the company to lose customer data uploaded before a certain configuration was applied to one of its cloud services.
Over 300 Cisco products are affected by a zero-day vulnerability Cisco discovered last week, and for which no patch is available at the time of writing.