Critical, Unpatched Cisco Flaw Leaves Small Business Networks Wide Open

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January 18th 2019, By Tara Seals

A default configuration allows full admin access to unauthenticated attackers.

A critical and unpatched vulnerability in the widely deployed Cisco Small Business Switch software leaves the door open to remote, unauthenticated attackers gaining full administrative control over the device – and therefore the network.

Cisco Small Business Switches were developed for small office and home office (SOHO) environments, to manage and control small local area networks with no more than a handful of workstations. They come in cloud-based, managed and unmanaged “flavors,” and are an affordable (under $300) solution for resource-strapped small businesses.

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