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CSCvf47808 - Is this Bug ID addressing all the 10 CVE ?

jegan_rajappa
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CSCvf47808 - Is this Bug ID addressing all the 10 CVE ?

 

CVE-2017-13077
CVE-2017-13078
CVE-2017-13079
CVE-2017-13080
CVE-2017-13081
CVE-2017-13082
CVE-2017-13084
CVE-2017-13086
CVE-2017-13087
CVE-2017-13088
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@jegan_rajappa wrote:

Thanks for reply, we have many deployments with 8.0.121.0, 8.0.133.0, 8.0.140.0 in production, as per bug it seems only 8.5.103.0 is affected, do i still need to go for upgrade ?


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All the versions you've mentioned are affected.  Wait for Cisco to release the software fix and upgrade.  

Remember, the problem is not just at the AP-end.  Both APs and wireless clients need to be patched.  Patching the client will fix 9 out of 10 vulnerabilities but not CVE-2017-13082.

 

 

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Leo Laohoo
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Yes it does.

Thanks for reply, we have many deployments with 8.0.121.0, 8.0.133.0, 8.0.140.0 in production, as per bug it seems only 8.5.103.0 is affected, do i still need to go for upgrade ?


@jegan_rajappa wrote:

Thanks for reply, we have many deployments with 8.0.121.0, 8.0.133.0, 8.0.140.0 in production, as per bug it seems only 8.5.103.0 is affected, do i still need to go for upgrade ?


KRACK.png

 

All the versions you've mentioned are affected.  Wait for Cisco to release the software fix and upgrade.  

Remember, the problem is not just at the AP-end.  Both APs and wireless clients need to be patched.  Patching the client will fix 9 out of 10 vulnerabilities but not CVE-2017-13082.

 

 

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