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A privilege escalation vulnerability in the Secure Shell (SSH) subsystem in the StarOS operating system for Cisco ASR 5000 Series, ASR 5500 Series, ASR 5700 Series devices, and Cisco Virtualized Packet Core could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to gain unrestricted, root shell access. The vulnerability is due to missing input validation of parameters passed during SSH or SFTP login. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by providing crafted user input to the SSH or SFTP command-line interface (CLI) during SSH or SFTP login. An exploit could allow an authenticated attacker to gain root privileges access on the router. Note: Only traffic directed to the affected system can be used to exploit this vulnerability. This vulnerability can be triggered via both IPv4 and IPv6 traffic. An established TCP connection toward port 22, the SSH default port, is needed to perform the attack. The attacker must have valid credentials to login to the system via SSH or SFTP. The following products have been confirmed to be vulnerable: Cisco ASR 5000/5500/5700 Series devices running StarOS after 17.7.0 and prior to 18.7.4, 19.5, and 20.2.3 with SSH configured are vulnerable. Cisco Virtualized Packet Core - Single Instance (VPC-SI) and Distributed Instance (VPC-DI) devices running StarOS prior to N4.2.7 (19.3.v7) and N4.7 (20.2.v0) with SSH configured are vulnerable. Cisco Bug IDs: CSCva65853.
An IKE Packet Parsing Denial of Service Vulnerability in the ipsecmgr process of Cisco ASR 5000 Software could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to cause the ipsecmgr process to reload. More Information: CSCuy06917 CSCuy45036 CSCuy59525. Known Affected Releases: 20.0.0 20.0.M0.62842 20.0.v0 20.0.M0.63229 20.1.0 20.1.a0 20.1.v0 21.0.0 21.0.v0. Known Fixed Releases: 20.0.0 18.104.22.168250 20.0.M0.63148 20.0.R0.63294 20.0.R0.63316 20.0.V0.63170 20.0.VG0.63188 20.0.v0 20.0.v0.64175 20.0.vg0.63522 20.1.A0.63166 20.2.A0.63174 20.1.A0.63232 20.2.A0.63237 20.0.M0.63226 20.0.M0.63229 20.0.R0.63294 20.0.R0.63316 20.0.V0.63263 20.0.VG0.63233 20.0.v0 20.0.v0.64175 20.0.vg0.63522 20.1.0 22.214.171.124959 20.1.M0.63876 20.1.T0.63886 20.1.V0.64231 20.1.VA0.64194 20.1.VB0.64210 20.1.a0 20.1.a0.64023 20.1.v0 20.1.v0.64607 20.2.A0.63895 21.0.0 126.96.36.199256 21.0.M0.63881 21.0.M0.64281 21.0.PP0.64366 21.0.V0.65052 21.0.v0 21.0.v0.65831 21.0.vb0.65887 21.1.R0.65130 21.1.R0.65135.
A vulnerability in the Internet Key Exchange Version 2 (IKEv2) feature of Cisco ASR 5000 Series Software could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to cause a reload of the ipsecmgr process. More Information: CSCvb38398. Known Affected Releases: 20.2.3 188.8.131.52026. Known Fixed Releases: 21.1.M0.65431 21.1.PP0.65733 21.1.R0.65467 21.1.R0.65496 21.1.VC0.65434 21.1.VC0.65489 21.2.A0.65437.
A vulnerability in IPv6 packet fragment reassembly of StarOS for Cisco Aggregation Services Router (ASR) 5000 Series Switch could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to cause an unexpected reload of the Network Processing Unit (NPU) process. More Information: CSCva84552. Known Affected Releases: 20.0.0 21.0.0 21.0.M0.64702. Known Fixed Releases: 21.0.0 184.108.40.206256 21.0.M0.64970 21.0.V0.65150 21.1.A0.64973 21.1.PP0.65270 21.1.R0.65130 21.1.R0.65135 21.1.VC0.65203.
A vulnerability in the IPsec component of StarOS for Cisco ASR 5000 Series routers could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to terminate all active IPsec VPN tunnels and prevent new tunnels from establishing, resulting in a denial of service (DoS) condition. This vulnerability affects the following Cisco products: Cisco ASR 5000/5500 Series routers, Cisco Virtualized Packet Core (VPC). More Information: CSCva13631. Known Affected Releases: 20.0.0 20.1.0 20.2.0 20.2.3 20.2.v1 21.0.0 21.0.M0.64246. Known Fixed Releases: 20.2.3 220.127.116.11026 20.2.a4.65307 20.2.v1 20.2.v1.65353 20.3.M0.65037 20.3.T0.65043 21.0.0 18.104.22.168256 21.0.M0.64595 21.0.M0.64860 21.0.M0.65140 21.0.V0.65052 21.0.V0.65150 21.0.V0.65366 21.0.VC0.64639 21.1.A0.64861 21.1.A0.65145 21.1.PP0.65270 21.1.R0.65130 21.1.R0.65135 21.1.R0.65154 21.1.VC0.64898 21.1.VC0.65203 21.2.A0.65147.
The SSH implementation in Cisco StarOS before 19.3.M0.62771 and 20.x before 20.0.M0.62768 on ASR 5000 devices mishandles a multi-user public-key authentication configuration, which allows remote authenticated users to gain privileges by establishing a connection from an endpoint that was previously used for an administrator's connection, aka Bug ID CSCux22492.
Cisco ASR 5000 devices with software 16.0(900) allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (telnetd process restart) via a TELNET connection, aka Bug ID CSCuv25815.
Cisco ASR 5000 devices with software 19.0.M0.60828 allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (OSPF process restart) via crafted length fields in headers of OSPF packets, aka Bug ID CSCuv62820.
The Packet Data Network Gateway (aka PGW) component on Cisco ASR 5000 devices with software 22.214.171.124167 and 126.96.36.199211 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service via a malformed header in a GTPv2 packet, aka Bug ID CSCut11534.
The Packet Data Network Gateway (aka PGW) component on Cisco ASR 5000 devices with software 15.0(912), 15.0(935), and 15.0(938) allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (Session Manager outage) via malformed fields in an IP packet, aka Bug ID CSCut38476.