CVE ID: CVE-2013-1125
Release Date: 2013 February 15 16:30 UTC (GMT)
Last Updated: 2013 February 15 16:31 UTC (GMT)
SummaryA vulnerability in the command-line interface of multiple Cisco products could allow an authenticated, local attacker to gain shell access with root privileges.
The vulnerability is due to incorrect input validation.
|Cisco Identity Services Engine Software||CSCue46001||6.8/6.8|
|Cisco Secure Access Control System (ACS)||CSCud95790||6.8/6.8|
|Cisco Application Networking Manager (ANM)||CSCue46021||6.8/6.8|
|Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution (LMS)||CSCue46025||6.8/6.8|
|Cisco Prime Network Control System||CSCue46023||6.8/6.8|
|Cisco Context Directory Agent||CSCue46013||6.8/6.8|
|Cisco Prime Collaboration||CSCue46031||6.8/6.8|
|Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager||CSCue46035||6.8/6.8|
|Cisco Network Services Manager||CSCue46042||6.8/6.8|
Products Confirmed Not VulnerableSome vulnerability scanners may identify the following Cisco products as affected by this vulnerability; however, Cisco has confirmed that these products are not affected. This may not be a comprehensive list of all products that are not affected. Cisco products are investigated over time and will be added to this document as investigation of the vulnerability continues.
- Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager (DCNM)
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