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Oct 21 2014   Cisco CSS 11500 Series Content Security Switch SSL 3.0 Protocol Downgrade Flaw Lets Remote Users Decrypt SSL Traffic
Jul 3 2010   Cisco Content Services Switch HTTP and ClientCert Headers Can Be Spoofed or Modified By Remote USers
Nov 20 2009   Content Services Switch Protocol Flaw in SSL Renegotiation May Let Remote Users Conduct Man-in-the-Middle Attacks
Apr 5 2006   Cisco 11500 Content Services Switch HTTP Compression Bug Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Oct 19 2005   Cisco 11500 Content Services Switch Lets Remote Users Deny Service With Malformed SSL Client Certificates
Sep 8 2005   Cisco Content Services Switches Let Remote Users Bypass SSL Authentication
May 18 2005   Cisco CSS11000 TCP/IP Timestamp Option Error Lets Remote Users Deny Service
Mar 4 2004   Cisco Content Services Switch 11000 Series Can Be Reloaded By Remote Users
Oct 1 2003   (Cisco Content Service Switch is Affected) Re: OpenSSL ASN.1 Parsing Flaws Lets Remote User Crash Applications or Execute Arbitrary Code
Aug 7 2003   Cisco Content Services Switches (CSS) 11xxx Series Can Be Crashed By Remote Users With a TCP SYN Attack
Apr 30 2003   Cisco Content Service Switches May Provide Incorrect DNS Responses Resulting in Denial of Service Conditions
Aug 15 2002   (Cisco Issues Revised Warning) Re: Cisco 11000 Series Content Service Switch Allows Remote Users to Gain Access to Web-Based Management Functions Without Authentication
Jun 27 2002   Cisco 11000 Series Content Service Switches Can Be Crashed By Remote Users Scanning the SSH Port
May 15 2002   Cisco Content Service Switch (CSS) 11000 Can Be Reset By Remote Users
Jun 6 2001   (CIAC Issues Corrected Bulletin L-90) Re: Cisco 11000 Series Content Service Switch Allows Remote Users to Gain Access to Web-Based Management Functions Without Authentication
May 31 2001   Cisco 11000 Series Content Service Switch Allows Remote Users to Gain Access to Web-Based Management Functions Without Authentication
May 21 2001   (CIAC Issues Bulletin) Re: Cisco Content Service Switch (Arrowpoint) Allows Authorized But Unprivileged Remote Users to Read and Write Any File on the System
May 18 2001   Cisco Content Service Switch (Arrowpoint) Allows Authorized But Unprivileged Remote Users to Read and Write Any File on the System
Apr 6 2001   (CIAC Issues Bulletin) Re: Cisco's Content Services Switch (Arrowpoint) Allows Administrators to Escalate Privileges and Make Unauthorized Configuration Changes
Apr 5 2001   Cisco's Content Services Switch (Arrowpoint) Allows Administrators to Escalate Privileges and Make Unauthorized Configuration Changes







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