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Cisco Released Security Updates & Fixed 37 Vulnerabilities that Affected Cisco Products

Cisco released security updates for its products that affected by 36 different Vulnerabilities and some of the critical flaws leads attacker run arbitrary code in the vulnerable Cisco products.

Cisco addressed 3 “CRITICAL” Vulnerabilities, 8 vulnerabilities categorized under the severity rate as “HIGH” and 26 vulnerabilities addressed as “MEDIUM” Severity.

Critical vulnerabilities allow an attacker to perform file upload and command execution, Un authentication access, and authentication bypass Attack in vulnerable Cisco products

Critical Severity Vulnerabilities

Critical

CVE-2018-15379

2018 Oct 031.0
Critical

CVE-2018-15379

2018 Oct 031.0
Critical

CVE-2018-15379

2018 Oct 031.0
Critical

CVE-2018-15386

2018 Oct 031.0
Critical

CVE-2018-15386

2018 Oct 031.0
Critical

CVE-2018-15386

2018 Oct 031.0
Critical

CVE-2018-0448

2018 Oct 031.0
Critical

CVE-2018-0448

2018 Oct 031.0
Critical

CVE-2018-0448

2018 Oct 031.0

High Severity Vulnerabilities

 
High

CVE-2018-5391

2018 Oct 041.11
High

CVE-2018-15408
CVE-2018-15409

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15408
CVE-2018-15409

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15408
CVE-2018-15409

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15387

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15387

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15387

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15382

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15382

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15382

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15390

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15390

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15390

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-0455

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-0455

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-0455

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15389

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15389

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15389

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15383

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15383

2018 Oct 031.0
High

CVE-2018-15383

2018 Oct 031.0

Medium Severity Vulnerabilities

Medium

CVE-2018-15391

2018 Oct 031.1
Medium

CVE-2018-15391

2018 Oct 031.1
Medium

CVE-2018-15391

2018 Oct 031.1
Medium

CVE-2018-15436

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15436

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15436

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15396

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15396

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15396

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15434

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15434

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15434

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15406

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15406

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15406

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15426

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15426

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15426

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15433

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15433

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15433

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15432

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15432

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15432

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15424
CVE-2018-15425

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15424
CVE-2018-15425

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15424
CVE-2018-15425

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15428

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15428

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15428

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15392

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15392

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15392

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-0446

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-0446

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-0446

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15405

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15405

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15405

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15404

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15404

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15404

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15429

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15429

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15429

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15407

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15407

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15407

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15423

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15423

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15423

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15401

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15401

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15401

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-0453

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-0453

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-0453

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15430

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15430

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15430

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15403

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15403

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15403

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15400

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15400

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15400

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15399

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15399

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15399

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15397

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15397

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15397

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15398

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15398

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-15398

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-0465

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-0465

2018 Oct 031.0
Medium

CVE-2018-0465

2018 Oct 031.0

With the last security update, Cisco Patched Critical Vulnerability With Video Surveillance Manager that allows an unauthenticated remote attacker to gain access to the vulnerable system as a root user, which has a default, static user credentials.

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