Cisco: Pays 8,6 Million Dollars to Sell Vulnerable Software in US



Η Cisco agreed to pay 8,6 million to settle a legal case that began when the companywas accused of selling surveillance software they had vulnerabilities. According to the allegations, Cisco was selling vulnerable software on government services of USAfor years.

Cisco had ignored the report, which informed them of the vulnerabilities

In the lawsuit filed in May of 2011, o James glenn, who worked in Denmark for Cisco, claimed to have identified some vulnerabilities in Video Surveillance Manager (VSM)Cisco, a multi-application software package used to monitor surveillance cameras, Saverecorded videos and handling the videos.

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