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Leaked EXTRABACON exploit can work on newer Cisco ASA firewalls

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    EXTRABACON, one of the Equation Group exploits leaked by the Shadow Brokers, can be made to work on a wider range of Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) firewalls than previously reported. We successfully ported EXTRABACON to ASA 9.2(4) #ShadowBrokers #Cisco pic.twitter.com/UPG6yq9Km2 — SilentSignal (@SilentSignalHU) August 23, 2016 The leaked exploit of the zero-day buffer overflow vulnerability (CVE-2016-6366) in the SNMP code of the Cisco ASA, Cisco PIX, and Cisco Firewall Services Module can compromise versions … More →

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