Cisco has released a firmware update that plugs a critical, easy-to-exploit vulnerability that could allow a remote attacker to take control of the company's RV220W Wireless Network Security Firewall devices.
Only 45 percent of organizations worldwide are confident in their security posture as todayís attackers launch more sophisticated, bold and resilient campaigns, according to the Cisco 2016 Annual Security Report.
A vulnerability in Cisco's Jabber client for Windows can be exploited by attackers to wiretap communications, steal user credentials, and to tamper with messages sent between the client and the Jabber gateway, Synacktiv researchers have warned.
In the wake of the discovery of two backdoors on Juniper's NetScreen firewall devices, Cisco Systems has announced that they will be reviewing the software running on their devices, just in case.
Another Cisco product is being targeted by attackers looking for a permanent way into the computer networks and systems of various organizations, Volexity researchers warn.
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