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CSCum96401 - Cisco ASA IKEv2 Denial of Service Vulnerability

Hi Everyone,

 

ASA is configured with ikev2 and below is config

5520# show running-config crypto ikev2 | include enable

crypto ikev2 enable outside client-services port 443

5520# show running-config crypto map | include interface

crypto map outside_map interface outside

 

I checked below weblink

CSCum96401 - Cisco ASA IKEv2 Denial of Service Vulnerability

Not Affected

Not Affected

Not Affected

8.4(7.15)

Not Affected

8.6(1.14)

Not Affected

9.0(4.8)

9.1(5.1)

Not Affected

Not Affected

 

https://tools.cisco.com/bugsearch/bug/CSCum96401

 

ASA which i am running has version Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.4(7)

sh flash shows

asa847-k8.bin

 

Need to confirm if my ASA is not effected by this bug?

 

Regards

MAhesh

 

 

 

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Hi Mahesh,

 

Your ASA code  (asa847-k8.bin) is affected by this Bug, recommended release is 8.4(7.23) and later.

this bug is first fixed in 8.4(7.15).

 

Thanks,

Prashant Joshi

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Hi Mahesh,

Upgrading to an interim maintenance release from within the same minor release will not change any configuration (other than the boot image name, that is). 

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Cisco Employee

Hi Mahesh,

 

Your ASA code  (asa847-k8.bin) is affected by this Bug, recommended release is 8.4(7.23) and later.

this bug is first fixed in 8.4(7.15).

 

Thanks,

Prashant Joshi

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Hi Prashant,

 

If i upgrade the ASA code to 8.4(7.23) need to know if it will change any config like

ACL,Natting etc?

Regards

MAhesh

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Hi Mahesh,

Upgrading to an interim maintenance release from within the same minor release will not change any configuration (other than the boot image name, that is). 

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Many thanks Marvin.

 

Regards

MAhesh

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