Cisco vulnerabilities announced
Cisco sysadmins have a busy day ahead of them, with vulnerabilities announced in wireless LAN controllers, the Cisco Identity Services Engine, and Aironet access points.
The Aironet 1800 series flaw, CVE-2015-6336, is that old favorite: a hardcoded static password granting access to the device.
How many times is this going to happen? So explain why we should pay exorbitant amount of money for these to get this quality.
Another great example of... can we trust closed source devices?