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Chinese Hackers Target Cisco Discovery Protocol Vulnerability

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Oct
2020
Chinese Hackers Target Cisco Discovery Protocol Vulnerability

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An advisory published by the NSA on Tuesday lists 25 vulnerabilities that have been exploited or targeted by threat actors believed to be sponsored by Beijing. The list includes several vulnerabilities that were not known to have been targeted, including CVE-2020-3118, which impacts Cisco products.

CVE-2020-3118 is one of the five vulnerabilities in the Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) implementation of IOS XR software that were disclosed in February by IoT security firm Armis. The company reported at the time that the flaws, collectively tracked as CDPwn, impacted tens of millions of Cisco devices deployed in enterprise environments, including IP phones, switches, routers and cameras.

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