High-Severity Flaws in Cisco Secure Internet Gateway Service Patched

September 6, 2018

Two high-severity vulnerabilities have been disclosed in Cisco’s security platform that could allow an attacker to gain administrative privileges – and take full control of the impacted machine.

The glitches, disclosed Wednesday, affect two parts of Cisco Umbrella, a secure internet gateway that acts as a cloud-delivered security service for corporate networks. Specifically, the Cisco Umbrella ERC and Cisco Umbrella Roaming Module are impacted.

Cisco has released software updates addressing the vulnerabilities.

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