Cisco issues critical security warnings on SD-WAN, DNA Center

Cisco issues critical security warnings on SD-WAN, DNA Center

Cisco has released two critical warnings about security issues with its SD-WAN and DNA Center software packages. 

The worse, with a Common Vulnerability Scoring System rating of 9.3 out of 10, is a vulnerability in its Digital Network Architecture (DNA) Center software that could let an unauthenticated attacker connect an unauthorized network device to the subnet designated for cluster services.

A successful exploit could let an attacker reach internal services that are not hardened for external access, Cisco stated.  The vulnerability is due to insufficient access restriction on ports necessary for system operation, and the company discovered the issue during internal security testing, Cisco stated.

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