‘Tens of millions’ of Cisco devices vulnerable to CDPwn flaws: Network segmentation blown apart by security bugs

Warning

Enterprises face fear of phone fragging fest as Doom spawns on IP phones

Enterprise networking giant Cisco is expected to release a set of software fixes on Wednesday to address five critical vulnerabilities in devices that rely on the Cisco Discovery Protocol, known to its friends as CDP.

CDP is a proprietary Layer 2 data link protocol for gathering information about networked devices. It’s implemented in almost all of Cisco’s products, including routers, switches, IP phones, and IP cameras.

 

See: https://s.ibscc.net/gPq6b

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