Cisco routers and VPN are at risk once again

Cisco is rolling out a new security update that patches a grand total of 34 vulnerabilities in a number of the company’s small business and VPN routers and of these, five have been labeled as critical.

The first of these critical vulnerabilities, tracked as CVE-2020-3330 with a CVSS score of 9.8, impacts the Telnet service in Cisco Small Business RV110W  Wireless-N VPN Firewall routers. This security flaw is caused by using the device’s default, static password and if this password is obtained by an attacker, the router can be hijacked remotely.

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