Nine bugs were patched, eight of which are rated ‘high’ severity.
Cisco Systems disclosed eight high-severity bugs impacting a range of its networking gear, including its switches and fiber storage solutions. Cisco’s NX-OS was hardest hit, with six security alerts tied to the network operating system that underpins the networking giant’s Nexus-series Ethernet switches and MDS-series Fibre Channel storage area network switches.
Patches are available for all vulnerabilities, according to a Cisco Security Advisory posted on Wednesday. In addition to the eight patched high-severity bugs, Cisco also fixed a flaw (CVE-2020-3504) listed as medium severity that impacts the Cisco Unified Computing System management software.