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CVE Vendors Products Updated CVSS
CVE-2001-0163 1 Cisco 1 Aironet Ap340 2008-09-05 4.6
Cisco AP340 base station produces predictable TCP Initial Sequence Numbers (ISNs), which allows remote attackers to spoof or hijack TCP connections.
CVE-2001-0161 1 Cisco 1 Aironet 2008-09-05 5.0
Cisco 340-series Aironet access point using firmware 11.01 does not use 6 of the 24 available IV bits for WEP encryption, which makes it easier for remote attackers to mount brute force attacks.
CVE-2001-0019 1 Cisco 2 Content Services Switch, Arrowpoint 2008-09-05 2.1
Arrowpoint (aka Cisco Content Services, or CSS) allows local users to cause a denial of service via a long argument to the "show script," "clear script," "show archive," "clear archive," "show log," or "clear log" commands.
CVE-2000-0700 1 Cisco 4 Ios, Gigabit Switch Router 12008, Gigabit Switch Router 12016 and 1 more 2008-09-05 5.0
Cisco Gigabit Switch Routers (GSR) with Fast Ethernet / Gigabit Ethernet cards, from IOS versions 11.2(15)GS1A up to 11.2(19)GS0.2 and some versions of 12.0, do not properly handle line card failures, which allows remote attackers to bypass ACLs...
CVE-1999-1466 1 Cisco 1 Ios 2008-09-05 7.5
Vulnerability in Cisco routers versions 8.2 through 9.1 allows remote attackers to bypass access control lists when extended IP access lists are used on certain interfaces, the IP route cache is enabled, and the access list uses the "established" keyword.
CVE-1999-1306 1 Cisco 1 Ios 2008-09-05 7.5
Cisco IOS 9.1 and earlier does not properly handle extended IP access lists when the IP route cache is enabled and the "established" keyword is set, which could allow attackers to bypass filters.
CVE-1999-1042 1 Cisco 1 Resource Manager 2008-09-05 1.2
Cisco Resource Manager (CRM) 1.0 and 1.1 creates world-readable log files and temporary files, which may expose sensitive information, to local users such as user IDs, passwords and SNMP community strings.
CVE-1999-0453 1 Cisco 1 Router 2008-09-05 5.0
An attacker can identify a CISCO device by sending a SYN packet to port 1999, which is for the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP).