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             AUSCERT External Security Bulletin Redistribution

                   Multiple Vulnerabilities in Cisco ASA
                              20 January 2011


        AusCERT Security Bulletin Summary

Product:           Cisco ASA 5500 series
Publisher:         CCIRC
Operating System:  Cisco
Impact/Access:     Denial of Service        -- Remote/Unauthenticated
                   Access Confidential Data -- Remote/Unauthenticated
                   Unauthorised Access      -- Remote/Unauthenticated
Resolution:        Patch/Upgrade
CVE Names:         CVE-2010-4692 CVE-2010-4691 CVE-2010-4690
                   CVE-2010-4689 CVE-2010-4688 CVE-2010-4682
                   CVE-2010-4681 CVE-2010-4680 CVE-2010-4679
                   CVE-2010-4678 CVE-2010-4677 CVE-2010-4676
                   CVE-2010-4675 CVE-2010-4674 CVE-2010-4673
                   CVE-2010-4672 CVE-2010-4670 CVE-2009-5037

Original Bulletin: 

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Multiple Vulnerabilities in Cisco ASA

Number: AV11-004
Date: 18 January 2011


The purpose of this advisory is to raise awareness of multiple vulnerabilities 
in Cisco ASA, for which a security patch update is now available.


Multiple vulnerabilities exist in Cisco ASA 5500 series adaptive security 
appliances that if exploited by remote users, could cause a denial of service 
(DoS), permit access to sensitive information or bypass restrictions.

These issues are caused by errors related to SIP inspection, ACLs, Mobile User 
Security (MUS) service, multicast traffic, LAN-to-LAN (L2L) IPsec sessions, 
ASDM, Neighbour Discovery (ND), EIGRP traffic, TELNET, IPsec traffic, emWEB, 
device startup, Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) connections, CIFS, 
SMTP inspection, and LDAP authentication.

Cisco Bug ID References: CSCth36592, CSCtg61810, CSCtg69742, CSCte53635, 
CSCte46460, CSCte20030, CSCtf29867, CSCte14901, CSCsz80777, CSCsz36816, 
CSCsy86769, CSCsy08416, CSCsx52748, CSCsv40504, CSCtg63992, CSCtg06316, 
CSCtf20269, CSCti24526, CSCsm11264, CSCtb92911

CVE References: CVE-2009-5037 - CVE-2010-4670 - CVE-2010-4672 - CVE-2010-4673 - 
CVE-2010-4674 - CVE-2010-4675 - CVE-2010-4676 - CVE-2010-4677 - CVE-2010-4678 - 
CVE-2010-4679 - CVE-2010-4680 - CVE-2010-4681 - CVE-2010-4682 - CVE-2010-4688 - 
CVE-2010-4689 - CVE-2010-4690 - CVE-2010-4691 - CVE-2010-4692

Affected Versions
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Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances versions 8.x
Suggested action

CCIRC recommends that organizations liaise with administrators of the affected 
products to assess exposure and apply vendor-recommended updates.

Note: A list of open caveats which may affect certain environments can be 
found within the Release Notes referenced below.

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