[BleepingComputer] Cisco fixes critical, high severity pre-auth flaws in VPN routers

Cisco has addressed pre-auth security vulnerabilities impacting multiple Small Business VPN routers and allowing remote attackers to trigger a denial of service condition or execute commands and arbitrary code on vulnerable devices. […]

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