Multiple Vulnerabilities in Cisco ASA Software
Date: 14 October 2014
The purpose of this advisory is to bring attention to multiple vulnerabilities in Cisco ASA software.
Cisco has released software updates that will address the following vulnerabilities:
- Cisco ASA SQL*NET Inspection Engine Denial of Service Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA VPN Denial of Service Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA IKEv2 Denial of Service Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA Health and Performance Monitor Denial of Service Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA GPRS Tunneling Protocol Inspection Engine Denial of Service Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA SunRPC Inspection Engine Denial of Service Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA DNS Inspection Engine Denial of Service Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA VPN Failover Command Injection Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA VNMC Command Input Validation Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA Local Path Inclusion Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA Clientless SSL VPN Information Disclosure and Denial of Service Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA Clientless SSL VPN Portal Customization Integrity Vulnerability
- Cisco ASA Smart Call Home Digital Certificate Validation Vulnerability
CVE References: CVE-2014-3382, CVE-2014-3383, CVE-2014-3384, CVE-2014-3385, CVE-2014-3386, CVE-2014-3387, CVE-2014-3388, CVE-2014-3389, CVE-2014-3390, CVE-2014-3391, CVE-2014-3392, CVE-2014-3393, CVE-2014-3394
CCIRC recommends that system administrators identify their affected assets and potential interdependencies with their organization’s critical services, and follow their patch management process accordingly.
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