CVE ID: CVE-2013-1131
Release Date: 2013 February 13 10:56 UTC (GMT)
Last Updated: 2013 February 13 10:56 UTC (GMT)
SummaryCisco Small Business Wireless Access Points contain a vulnerability that could allow an unauthenticated, adjacent attacker to impact the integrity and availability of services and data on the affected device.
The vulnerability is due to improper validation of the Service Set Identifier (SSID) when the affected product is performing a "site survey" to discover adjacent available networks. An attacker may be able to exploit this vulnerability by broadcasting a crafted SSID and convincing the administrator of the affected device to perform a site survey. A successful attack could cause a denial of service condition.
Additionally, there is the risk that the attacker could obtain the ability to override part of the memory of the affected device. However, the ability to override part of the memory is theoretical and could not be proven by Cisco.
|Cisco WAP200 Wireless-G Access Point Firmware||CSCua86182||6.4/5.3|
|Cisco WAP2000 Wireless-G Access Point Firmware||CSCua91196||6.4/5.3|
|Cisco WAP200E Wireless-G Exterior Access Point Firmware||CSCud36155||6.4/5.3|
|Cisco WET200 Wireless-G Business Ethernet Bridge Firmware||CSCua86190||6.4/5.3|
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