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  • Multiple Cisco products incorporate a version of the OpenSSL package affected by a vulnerability that could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to retrieve memory in chunks of 64 kilobytes from a connected client or server.
    The vulnerability is due to a missing bounds check in the handling of the Transport Layer Security (TLS) heartbeat extension. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by implementing a malicious TLS or Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) client, if trying to exploit the vulnerability on an affected server, or a malicious TLS or DTLS server, if trying to exploit the vulnerability on an affected client. An exploit could send a specially crafted TLS or DTLS heartbeat packet to the connected client or server. An exploit could allow the attacker to disclose a limited portion of memory from a connected client or server for every heartbeat packet sent. The disclosed portions of memory could contain sensitive information that may include private keys and passwords.
    Please note that the devices that are affected by this vulnerability are the devices acting as an SSL server terminating SSL connections or devices acting as an SSL Client initiating an SSL connection. Devices that are simply traversed by SSL traffic without terminating it are not affected.
    This advisory will be updated as additional information becomes available. Cisco will release software updates that address these vulnerabilities. Workarounds that mitigate these vulnerabilities may be available.This advisory is available at the following link:
    http://tools.cisco.com/security/center/content/CiscoSecurityAdvisory/cisco-sa-20140409-heartbleed
  • Cisco is currently investigating its product line to determine which products may be affected by this vulnerability and the impact on the affected product.
    The following Cisco products are currently under investigation:

    No Cisco products are currently under investigation.

    The following Cisco services are currently under investigation:

    No Cisco hosted services are currently under investigation.

    Products and services listed in the subsections below have had their exposure to this vulnerability confirmed. Additional products will be added to these sections as the investigation continues.

    Vulnerable Products

    Customers interested in tracking the progress of any of the following bugs can visit the Cisco Bug Search Tool to view the defect details and optionally select Save Bug and activate the Email Notification feature to receive automatic notifications when the bug is updated.
    The following Cisco products are affected by this vulnerability:
    • Cisco Agent for OpenFlow [CSCuo30098]
    • Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for iOS [CSCuo17488]
    • Cisco ASA CX Context-Aware Security [CSCuo24523]
    • Cisco Common Services Platform Collector [CSCuo29151]
    • Cisco Desktop Collaboration Experience DX650 [CSCuo16892]
    • Cisco Edge 340 Digital Media Player [CSCuo24301]
    • Cisco Expressway Series [CSCuo16472]
    • Cisco FireAMP Private Cloud virtual appliance
    • Cisco IOS XE [CSCuo19730]
    • Cisco Cisco Internet Streamer CDS [CSCuo31566]
    • Cisco Jabber Video for TelePresence (Movi) [CSCuo28855]
    • Cisco MATE Products [CSCuo22177]
    • Cisco Mobility Service Engine (MSE) [CSCuo20622]
    • Cisco MS200X Ethernet Access Switch [CSCuo18736]
    • Cisco OnePK All-in-One VM [CSCuo19843]
    • Cisco ONS 15454 Series Multiservice Provisioning Platforms [CSCuo22921]
    • Cisco Prime Collaboration Deployment [CSCuo34385]
    • Cisco Prime IP Express [ CSCuo35657]
    • Cisco Prime License Manager [CSCuo32735]
    • Cisco Prime Network Registrar (CPNR) [CSCun82386]
    • Cisco Prime Network Services Controller [CSCuo20385]
    • Cisco Prime Security Manager [CSCuo27123]
    • Cisco Security Manager [CSCuo19265]
    • Cisco Small Business ISA500 Series Integrated Security Appliances [CSCuo29778]
    • Cisco TelePresence 1310 [CSCuo20210]
    • Cisco TelePresence Conductor [CSCuo20306]
    • Cisco TelePresence EX Series [CSCuo26378]
    • Cisco Telepresence Integrator C Series [CSCuo26378]
    • Cisco TelePresence IP Gateway Series [CSCuo21597]
    • Cisco TelePresence ISDN GW 3241 [CSCuo21486]
    • Cisco TelePresence ISDN GW MSE 8321 [CSCuo21486]
    • Cisco TelePresence ISDN Link [CSCuo26686]
    • Cisco TelePresence MX Series [CSCuo26378]
    • Cisco TelePresence Profile Series [CSCuo26378]
    • Cisco TelePresence Serial Gateway Series [CSCuo21535]
    • Cisco TelePresence Server 8710, 7010 [CSCuo21468]
    • Cisco TelePresence Server on Multiparty Media 310, 320 [CSCuo21468]
    • Cisco TelePresence Server on Virtual Machine [CSCuo21468]
    • Cisco TelePresence System 1000 [CSCuo20210]
    • Cisco TelePresence System 1100 [CSCuo20210]
    • Cisco TelePresence System 1300 [CSCuo20210]
    • Cisco TelePresence System 3000 Series [CSCuo20210]
    • Cisco TelePresence System 500-32 [CSCuo20210]
    • Cisco TelePresence System 500-37 [CSCuo20210]
    • Cisco TelePresence Supervisor MSE 8050 [CSCuo21584]
    • Cisco TelePresence SX Series [CSCuo26378]
    • Cisco TelePresence TX 9000 Series [CSCuo20210] Version 6.1.2.0 and prior
    • Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (VCS) [CSCuo16472]
    • Cisco Unified 7800 Series IP Phones [CSCuo16987]
    • Cisco Unified 8961 IP Phone [CSCuo16938]
    • Cisco Unified 9951 IP Phone [CSCuo16938]
    • Cisco Unified 9971 IP Phone [CSCuo16938]
    • Cisco Unified Communications Domain Manager (Cisco Unified CDM) 10.1(1) [CSCur10784]
    • Cisco Unified Communications Manager (UCM) 10.0 [CSCuo17440]
    • Cisco Unified Communications Manager Session Management Edition (SME) [CSCuo17440]
    • Cisco Unified Presence Server (Cisco UPS)[CSCuo21298], [CSCuo21289]
    • Cisco Unified Workforce Optimization [CSCuo43820]
    • Cisco Unity Connection (UC)[CSCuo30041]
    • Cisco Universal Small Cell 5000 Series running V3.4.2.x software [CSCuo22301]
    • Cisco Universal Small Cell 7000 Series running V3.4.2.x software [CSCuo22301]
    • Cisco Videoscape Conductor [CSCuo46307]
    • Cisco Video Distribution Suite for Internet Streaming VDS-IS [CSCuo43012]
    • Cisco Video Surveillance 3000 Series IP Cameras [CSCuo37282]
    • Cisco Video Surveillance 4000 Series IP Cameras [CSCuo37288]
    • Cisco Video Surveillance 4300E/4500E High-Definition IP Cameras [CSCuo37283]
    • Cisco Video Surveillance 6000 Series IP Cameras [CSCuo37282]
    • Cisco Video Surveillance 7000 Series IP Cameras [CSCuo37282]
    • Cisco Video Surveillance PTZ IP Cameras [CSCuo37282]
    • Cisco WebEx Meetings for Android [CSCuo20617]
    • Cisco WebEx Meetings for Windows Phone 8 [CSCuo32707]
    • Cisco WebEx Meetings Server (client) [CSCuo29780]
    • Cisco WebEx Meetings Server versions 2.x [CSCuo17528]
    • Cisco WebEx Node for ASR 1000 Series [CSCuo33614]
    • Cisco WebEx Node for MCS [CSCuo33612]
    • Cisco Wireless Location Appliance [CSCuo20622]
    • Small Cell factory recovery root filesystem V2.99.4 or later [CSCuo22358]
    • Tandberg Codian MSE 8320 model [CSCuo21486]
    • Tandberg Codian ISDN GW 3210/3220/3240 [CSCuo21486]

    Other Cisco products may be affected by this vulnerability. The list of affected products will be updated as the investigation continues.
    For each of the above products listed as Vulnerable, information about the following will be made available on the associated Cisco bug ID:
    • Vulnerable and non-vulnerable releases
    • First release incorporating the fix
    • Workarounds and mitigations (if available)
    • Impact assessment per affected product feature
    The following Cisco hosted services are affected by this vulnerability:

    No Cisco hosted services are currently known to be affected.

    The following Cisco hosted services were previously identified as vulnerable and have been remediated:
    • Cisco Registered Envelope Service (CRES) [CSCuo16974] [CSCuo17116]
    • Cisco USC Invicta Series Autosupport Portal
    • Cisco Webex Messenger Service

    Products Confirmed Not Vulnerable

    NOTE: the following list includes Cisco applications that are intended to be installed on a customer-provided host (either a physical server or a virtual machine) with a customer-installed operating systems. Those products may use the Transport Layer Security (TLS) or Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) functionality as provided by the host operating system on which the Cisco product is installed. While those Cisco products do not directly include an affected version of openssl (and hence they are not impacted by this vulnerability), Cisco recommends customers to review their host operating system installation and perform any upgrades necessary to address this vulnerability, according to the operating system vendor recommendations and general operating system security best practices.
    The following Cisco products have been analyzed and are not affected by this vulnerability:
    • Cisco 1000 Series Connected Grid Routers
    • Cisco 200 Series Smart Switches
    • Cisco 300 Series Managed Switches
    • Cisco 500 Series Stackable Managed Switches
    • Cisco ACE Application Control Engine Appliance
    • Cisco ACE Application Control Engine Module (ACE10, ACE20, ACE30)
    • Cisco ACE Global Site Selector Appliances (GSS)
    • Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Software
    • Cisco Adaptive Security Device Manager (ASDM)
    • Cisco Agent Desktop
    • Cisco Anomaly Guard Module
    • Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for Android
    • Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for desktop platforms
    • Cisco Application and Content Networking System (ACNS) Software
    • Cisco Application Networking Manager (ANM)
    • Cisco ASR 5000 Series
    • Cisco ATA 187 Analog Telephone Adapter
    • Cisco Broadband Access Center Telco Wireless
    • Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series and Cisco 7600 Series Firewall Services Module (FWSM)
    • Cisco Catalyst Operating System (CatOS)
    • Cisco Computer Telephony Integration Object Server (CTIOS)
    • Cisco Configuration Professional
    • Cisco Connected Grid Device Manager
    • Cisco Connected Grid Network Management System
    • Cisco Content Security Management Appliance (SMA)
    • Cisco Content Switching Module with SSL (CSM-S)
    • Cisco CSS 11500 Series Content Services Switches
    • Cisco CVR100W Wireless-N VPN Router
    • Cisco D9034-S Encoder
    • Cisco D9036 Modular Encoding Platform
    • Cisco D9054 HDTV Encoder
    • Cisco D9804 Multiple Transport Receiver
    • Cisco D9824 Advanced Multi Decryption Receiver
    • Cisco D9854/D9854-I Advanced Program Receiver
    • Cisco D9858 Advanced Receiver Transcoder
    • Cisco D9859 Advanced Receiver Transcoder
    • Cisco D9865 Satellite Receiver
    • Cisco DCM Series D9900 Digital Content Manager
    • Cisco Digital Media Manager (DMM)
    • Cisco Digital Media Players
    • Cisco DPC/EPC 2202 VoIP Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPC/EPC 2203 VoIP Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPC/EPC 3208 VoIP Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPC/EPC2100 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPC/EPC2325 Residential Gateway with Wireless Access Point
    • Cisco DPC/EPC2425 Wireless Residential Gateway with Embedded Digital Voice Adapter
    • Cisco DPC/EPC2434 VoIP Wireless Home Gateway
    • Cisco DPC/EPC2505 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPC/EPC2607 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPC/EPC3010 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPC/EPC3212 VoIP Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPC2320 and EPC2320 Wireless Residential Gateway
    • Cisco DPC2325R2 and EPC2325R2 Wireless Residential Gateway
    • Cisco DPC2420 and EPC2420 Wireless Residential Gateway with Embedded Digital Voice Adapter
    • Cisco DPC3000/EPC3000 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPC3008/EPC3008 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPC3825 and EPC3825 8x4 DOCSIS 3.0 Wireless Residential Gateway
    • Cisco DPC3827 and EPC3827 Wireless Residential Gateway
    • Cisco DPC3828 and EPC3828 DOCSIS/EuroDOCSIS 3.0 8x4 Wireless Residential Gateway
    • Cisco DPC3925 and EPC3925 8x4 DOCSIS 3.0 Wireless Residential Gateway with EDVA
    • Cisco DPC3928 and EPC3928 DOCSIS/EuroDOCSIS 3.0 8x4 Wireless Residential Gateway with Embedded Digital Voice Adapter
    • Cisco DPC3939 DOCSIS 3.0 16x4 Wireless Residential Voice Gateway
    • Cisco DPQ/EPQ2160 DOCSIS 2.0 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPQ2202 VoIP Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPQ2425 Wireless Residential Gateway with Digital Voice Adapter
    • Cisco DPQ3212 VoIP Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPQ3925 8x4 DOCSIS 3.0 Wireless Residential Gateway with EDVA
    • Cisco DPR/EPR2320, DPR2325 Cable Modem with Wireless Access Point
    • Cisco DPR362 Cable Modem and Router
    • Cisco DPX/EPX 2203 VoIP Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPX/EPX 2203C VoIP Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPX/EPX2100 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPX100/120 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPX110 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPX130 Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPX213 VoIP Cable Modem
    • Cisco DPX2213 VoIP Cable Modem
    • Cisco Edge 300 Digital Media Player
    • Cisco Email Security Appliance (ESA)
    • Cisco Emergency Responder (CER)
    • Cisco Enterprise Content Delivery System (ECDS)
    • Cisco ESW2 Series Advanced Switches
    • Cisco Extensible Network Controller (XNC)
    • Cisco Finesse
    • Cisco Identity Service Engine (ISE)
    • Cisco Insight Reporter
    • Cisco Integrated Management Controller (IMC)
    • Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud
    • Cisco IOS XR
    • Cisco IOS
    • Cisco IP Communicator
    • Cisco IP Interoperability and Collaboration System (IPICS)
    • Cisco IP Video Phone E20
    • Cisco IPS
    • Cisco IronPort Encryption Appliance (IEA)
    • Cisco Jabber for Android
    • Cisco Jabber for iOS
    • Cisco Jabber for Mac
    • Cisco Jabber for Windows
    • Cisco Jabber Software Development Kit
    • Cisco Jabber Video for iPad
    • Cisco Jabber Voice for Android
    • Cisco Jabber Voice for iPhone
    • Cisco Linear Stream Manager
    • Cisco MDS Switches
    • Cisco MediaSense
    • Cisco Meraki Cloud-Managed Indoor Access Points
    • Cisco Meraki Cloud-Managed Outdoor Access Points
    • Cisco Meraki MS Access Switches
    • Cisco Meraki MX Security Appliances
    • Cisco Mobile Wireless Transport Manager
    • Cisco Model DPC2420R2 and EPC2420R2 Wireless Residential Gateway with Digital Voice
    • Cisco Model DPC2425R2 and EPC2425R2 Wireless Residential Gateway with Digital Voice
    • Cisco Multicast Manager
    • Cisco MXE 3500 Series
    • Cisco MXE 5600 Series
    • Cisco NAC Agent (Clean Access) for Mac
    • Cisco NAC Agent (Clean Access) for Web
    • Cisco NAC Agent (Clean Access) for Windows
    • Cisco NAC Appliance
    • Cisco NAC Guest Server
    • Cisco NAC Manager
    • Cisco NetFlow Generation 3000 Series Appliance
    • Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch for Microsoft Hyper-V
    • Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch for VMware vSphere
    • Cisco Nexus 1010 Virtual Services Appliance
    • Cisco Nexus 1100 Virtual Services Appliances
    • Cisco Nexus 2000 Series Fabric Extenders
    • Cisco Nexus 3000 Series Switches
    • Cisco Nexus 4000 Series Switches
    • Cisco Nexus 5000 Series Switches
    • Cisco Nexus 6000 Series Switches
    • Cisco Nexus 7000 Series Switches
    • Cisco Nexus 9000 Series Switches
    • Cisco ONS 15100 Series
    • Cisco ONS 15200 Series DWDM Systems
    • Cisco ONS 15300 Series
    • Cisco ONS 15500 Series
    • Cisco ONS 15600 Series
    • Cisco ONS 15800 Series DWDM Platforms
    • Cisco Packaged Contact Center Enterprise
    • Cisco Paging Server
    • Cisco Physical Access Gateways
    • Cisco Physical Access Manager
    • Cisco PowerVu D9190 Conditional Access Manager (PCAM)
    • Cisco Prime Access Registrar
    • Cisco Prime Analytics
    • Cisco Prime Assurance Manager
    • Cisco Prime Cable Provisioning
    • Cisco Prime Central for SPs
    • Cisco Prime Collaboration Assurance
    • Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager
    • Cisco Prime Collaboration Provisioning
    • Cisco Prime Data Center Network Manager (DCNM)
    • Cisco Prime Home
    • Cisco Prime Infrastructure
    • Cisco Prime LAN Management Solution (LMS)
    • Cisco Prime Network
    • Cisco Prime Network Analysis Module (NAM)
    • Cisco Prime Optical for SPs
    • Cisco Prime Performance Manager for SPs
    • Cisco Prime Provisioning for SPs
    • Cisco Quantum Policy Suite (QPS)
    • Cisco Quantum SON Suite
    • Cisco Quantum Virtualized Packet Core
    • Cisco Remote Silent Monitoring
    • Cisco RV016 VPN Router
    • Cisco RV042 VPN Router
    • Cisco RV082 VPN Router
    • Cisco RV110W Wireless-N VPN Router
    • Cisco RV120W Wireless-N VPN Router
    • Cisco RV180 VPN Router
    • Cisco RV180W Wireless-N VPN Router
    • Cisco RV215W Wireless-N VPN Router
    • Cisco RV220W Wireless-N VPN Router
    • Cisco RV315W Wireless-N VPN Router
    • Cisco RV320 VPN Router
    • Cisco RV325 VPN Router
    • Cisco SCE 8000 Series Service Control Engine
    • Cisco SCE 2000 Series Service Control Engine
    • Cisco SCE 1000 Series Service Control Engine
    • Cisco Secure Access Control Server (ACS)
    • Cisco Service Control Subscriber Manager
    • Cisco Service Control Collection Manager
    • Cisco Service Control Application for Broadband
    • Cisco Show and Share (SnS)
    • Cisco SocialMiner
    • Cisco SourceFire appliances (this includes both 3D Systems and SSL appliances)
    • Cisco SSL Services Module (SSLM)
    • Cisco TelePresence Advanced Media Gateway Series
    • Cisco TelePresence Content Server (TCS)
    • Cisco TelePresence Exchange System (CTX)
    • Cisco TelePresence IP VCR Series
    • Cisco TelePresence Management Suite (TMS)
    • Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Analytics Extension
    • Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Extension for IBM Lotus Notes
    • Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Extension for Microsoft Exchange
    • Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Network Integration Extension
    • Cisco TelePresence Management Suite Provisioning Extension
    • Cisco TelePresence Manager (CTSMan)
    • Cisco TelePresence MCU (all series)
    • Cisco TelePresence Multipoint Switch (CTMS)
    • Cisco TelePresence MXP Series
    • Cisco TelePresence Recording Server (CTRS)
    • Cisco Traffic Anomaly Detector
    • Cisco UC Integration for IBM Sametime
    • Cisco UC Integration for Microsoft Lync
    • Cisco UC Integration for Microsoft Office Communicator
    • Cisco UCS B-Series (Blade) Servers
    • Cisco UCS C-Series (Standalone Rack) Servers
    • Cisco UCS Central
    • Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnects
    • Cisco UCS Invicta Series Solid State Systems
    • Cisco Unified 3900 Series IP Phones
    • Cisco Unified 6900 Series IP Phones
    • Cisco Unified 7900 Series IP Phones
    • Cisco Unified 8941 IP Phone
    • Cisco Unified 8945 IP Phone
    • Cisco Unified Attendant Console (all editions)
    • Cisco Unified Attendant Console Advanced
    • Cisco Unified Client Services Framework
    • Cisco Unified Communications 500 Series
    • Cisco Unified Communications Domain Manager (CUCDM) 8.1.4 and earlier
    • Cisco Unified Communications Manager (UCM) 9.1(2) and earlier
    • Cisco Unified Communications Widgets Click To Call
    • Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise
    • Cisco Unified Contact Center Express
    • Cisco Unified Customer Voice Portal (CVP)
    • Cisco Unified Department Attendant Console
    • Cisco Unified E-Mail Interaction Manager (EIM)
    • Cisco Unified Enterprise Attendant Console
    • Cisco Unified Intelligence Center
    • Cisco Unified Intelligent Contact Management Enterprise
    • Cisco Unified IP Conference Phone 8831
    • Cisco Unified Meeting Place Application Server and Web Server
    • Cisco Unified Mobility
    • Cisco Unified Operations Manager
    • Cisco Unified Personal Communicator
    • Cisco Unified Provisioning Manager (CUPM)
    • Cisco Unified Quick Connect
    • Cisco Unified Service Monitor
    • Cisco Unified Service Statistics Manager
    • Cisco Unified Sip Proxy
    • Cisco Unified Video Advantage
    • Cisco Unified Web Interaction Manager (WIM)
    • Cisco Video Surveillance Media Server Software
    • Cisco Video Surveillance Operations Manager Software
    • Cisco Videoscape AnyRes Live (CAL)
    • Cisco Videoscape AnyRes VOD (CAV)
    • Cisco Virtual Network Management Center
    • Cisco Virtualization Experience Media Engine
    • Cisco Virtual Security Gateway for Microsoft Hyper-V
    • Cisco Virtual Security Gateway for VMware
    • Cisco VPN Client
    • Cisco WAG310G Wireless-G ADSL2+ Gateway with VoIP
    • Cisco WAP121 Wireless-N Access Point
    • Cisco WAP321 Wireless Access Point
    • Cisco WAP4410N Wireless-N Access Point
    • Cisco WAP551/561 Wireless-N Access Point
    • Cisco Web Security Appliance (WSA)
    • Cisco WebEx Connect Client for Windows
    • Cisco WebEx Meetings for BlackBerry
    • Cisco WebEx Meetings Server versions 1.x
    • Cisco WebEx Productivity Tools
    • Cisco WebEx Social
    • Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS)
    • Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) Express (IOS)
    • Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) Mobile
    • Cisco Wireless Control System (WCS)
    • Cisco Wireless Lan Controller (WLC)
    • CiscoWorks Network Compliance Manager
    • CiscoWorks Wireless LAN Solution Engine (WLSE)
    • Tandberg 770/880/990 MXP Series

    The following Cisco hosted services have been analyzed and are not affected by this vulnerability:
    • Cisco Cloud Web Security
    • Cisco Meraki Dashboard
    • Cisco Partner Support Services
    • Cisco Proactive Network Operations Center
    • Cisco Smart Call Home
    • Cisco Smart Care
    • Cisco Smart Net Total Care (SNTC)
    • Cisco Smart Services Capabilities
    • Cisco Universal Small Cell CloudBase
    • Cisco WebEx Event Center
    • Cisco WebEx Meeting Center
    • Cisco WebEx Support Center
    • Cisco WebEx Training Center
    • Cisco WebEx WebOffice
  • A vulnerability in the Transport Layer Security (TLS)/Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) heartbeat functionality in OpenSSL used in multiple Cisco products could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to retrieve memory in chunks of 64 kilobytes from a connected client or server.
    The vulnerability is due to a missing bounds check in the handling of the TLS heartbeat extension. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability by implementing a malicious TLS or DTLS client, if trying to exploit the vulnerability on an affected server, or a malicious TLS or DTLS server, if trying to exploit the vulnerability on an affected client. The attacker could then send a specially-crafted TLS or DTLS heartbeat packet to the connected client or server. An exploit could allow the attacker to disclose a limited portion of memory from a connected client or server for every heartbeat packet sent. The disclosed portions of memory could contain sensitive information that may include private keys and passwords.
    This vulnerability has been assigned the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) ID CVE-2014-0160
    The criteria used to establish whether a Cisco product or service is vulnerable is solely whether it relies on an affected version of the OpenSSL library in order to implement a TLS/DTLS client or server. The criteria does not restrict the analysis to any specific set of protocols that the client or server may implement (eg: HTTPS, SMTP, EAP, etc.).
    Based on this criteria the products that are listed in this security advisory as not vulnerable are such no matter which attack vector an attacker may attempt to use to exploit Heartbleed.
    The Cupid attack exploits the Heartbleed bug using the EAP protocol as an attack vector to target the TLS layer in EAP-TLS. The products that are listed in this security advisory that are not vulnerable to the Heartbleed vulnerability are also unaffected by the Cupid attack.
    The impact of this vulnerability on Cisco products may vary depending on the affected product.
    Given the unique characteristics of the Heartbleed vulnerability, Cisco recommends customers to generate new public/private key pairs, obtain a new certificate for that key pair, and install the new certificate and associated key pair as appropriate on all affected deployments after installing the software updates. This is general advice appropriate for Cisco and non-Cisco devices.
    For Cisco products, please refer to the information provided in the Cisco bug IDs, listed in the Affected Products section of this document. Additional information and detailed instructions on how to perform those tasks are available on the Cisco installation, configuration and maintenance guides for each product. If additional clarification or advice is needed, please contact your support organization.

    Product Specific Information

    Cisco Meraki

    Cisco has made available additional information in the following document: https://meraki.cisco.com/blog/2014/04/openssl-and-the-heartbleed-vulnerability/

    Small Cell factory recovery root filesystem

    The following products leverage the Small cell factory recovery root filesystem V2.99.4 or later. The factory recovery root filesystem is not stored in flash but is downloaded from Cisco USC CloudBase and only used for the duration of the activation/recovery process. OpenSSL is called by the cURL application, which is itself called from a shell script so a malicious user would have no exposure to any Cisco proprietary code and the memory space of the cURL process would not contain any private keys:

    • DPH-SO16 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FAPE-HSP-5620 (OEM)
    • FAPO-HSP-5900 (OEM)
    • FAPR-HSP-5110 (OEM)
    • FC1020 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FC1021 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FC1022 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FC1060 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FC1080 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FC170U (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FC173U (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FC233U (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FC235U (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FC270U (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FEMTO-G3 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FEMTOAP-SR1 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FEMTOAP-SR2 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • FMA16301T (OEM)
    • FP16201 (OEM)
    • FP8101 (OEM)
    • FP8131T (OEM)
    • FPA16241T (OEM)
    • FPLUS2 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • G5 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • G6 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • S2000 (OEM)
    • SH170U (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • SH173U (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • USC3331 (Cisco)
    • USC5310 (Cisco)
    • USC5330 (Cisco)
    • USC7330 (Cisco)
    • USC9330 (Cisco)
    • ZM-000-05-0005 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • ZP-000-05EU-0004 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • ZP-000-07EU-0001 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • ZP-001-03EU-0003 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • ZP-001-03EU-0005 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • ZP-001-03EU-0006 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)
    • ZP-005-02EU-0002 (Cisco, formerly Ubiquisys)

    Cisco Universal Small Cell 5000 Series and Cisco Universal Small Cell 7000 Series

    A malicious user cannot get the private key of the Universal Small Cell (USC) product as the private keys are held in a separate protected memory space; however, the malicious user may be able to access memory containing the Small Cell internal O&M database and configuration details.

    Cisco Collaboration Systems 10.x:

    Cisco Unified Communications Manager (UCM) version 10.0, Cisco Unity Connection (UC) version 10.0, and Cisco Unified Presence Server (CUPS) version 10.0 are affected by the OpenSSL vulnerability described in this advisory. An unauthenticated, remote attacker with the ability to open a TCP connection to an affected port may exploit the vulnerability. Successful exploitation may allow the attacker to disclose potentially sensitive information.
    Cisco voice and presence devices open a number of service ports to accept connections from users, administrators, phones, and IP voice gateways. A majority of these services are secured utilizing SSL or TLS and may be leveraged by an attacker to exploit the vulnerability.

    Cisco Unified IP Phones:

    Cisco Unified 7800 Series, Cisco Unified 8961, Cisco Unified 9951, and Cisco Unified 9971 IP Phones may be exposed to the vulnerability when the secure Web Management interface is enabled. Additionally, attacks may be executed via secure SIP and secure RTP.
    An unauthenticated, remote attacker with the ability to reach the Web Management interface when enabled, or that can place a direct secure SIP call to the device may trigger the vulnerability. Successful exploitation may allow the attacker to disclose potentially sensitive information.
    Voice networks that have been deployed using Cisco Secure Configuration Guidelines are at a reduced risk from outside attackers. Phones that have been segmented from the common use network should restrict the attack surface to other phones and users who have direct access to the voice network.

    Cisco Desktop Collaboration Experience:

    Cisco Desktop Collaboration Experience DX650 devices may be exposed via the secure Web Management Interface when enabled. These devices may also be exploited via secure SIP, secure RTP, as well as any other application installed on the device that utilizes the system-supplied OpenSSL library.
    An unauthenticated, remote attacker with the ability to reach the Web Management interface when enabled can place a direct secure SIP call to the device, or access an affected service may trigger the vulnerability. Successful exploitation may allow the attacker to disclose potentially sensitive information.
    Voice networks that have been deployed using Cisco Secure Configuration Guidelines are at a reduced risk from outside attackers. Phones that have been segmented from the common use network should restrict the attack surface to other phones and users who have direct access to the voice network.

    Voice Networks Security Hardening Guidelines:

    Cisco provides a comprehensive design guide for all voice network deployments. This includes suggested security feature configurations on intermediate and edge devices to prevent spoofed traffic from being passed on the voice network as well as the isolation and segregation of voice traffic from general network traffic. Security information for Cisco Collaboration Systems 10.x is available at the following link: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/srnd/collab10/collab10/security.html

    Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for iOS

    This vulnerability does not affect the versions of Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client released for devices running iOS 5 or earlier.

    Cisco IOS XE Software
    Cisco IOS XE Software Release First Fixed Release
    2.x.x Not vulnerable
    3.1.xSNot vulnerable
    3.1.xSGNot vulnerable
    3.2.xSNot vulnerable
    3.2xSENot vulnerable
    3.2.xSGNot vulnerable
    3.2.xXONot vulnerable
    3.2.xSQNot vulnerable
    3.3.xSNot vulnerable
    3.3.xSENot vulnerable
    3.3xSGNot vulnerable
    3.3xXONot vulnerable
    3.3xSQNot vulnerable
    3.4.xSNot vulnerable
    3.4.xSGNot vulnerable
    3.5.xSNot vulnerable
    3.5.xENot vulnerable
    3.6.xSNot vulnerable
    3.6.xENot vulnerable
    3.7.xSNot vulnerable
    3.8.xSNot vulnerable
    3.9.xSNot vulnerable
    3.10.xSNot vulnerable
    3.11.xSVulnerable
    3.12.xSVulnerable
    3.12.0aSNot vulnerable
    3.11.2SNot vulnerable

    Cisco Nexus 1000V Switch for VMware vSphere

    The product was initially reported as vulnerable; however, upon additional review it was ascertained that no published releases are vulnerable to this issue.

  • Cisco has published an Event Response for this vulnerability:
    http://www.cisco.com/web/about/security/intelligence/ERP-Heartbleed.html
  • When considering software upgrades, customers are advised to consult the Cisco Security Advisories, Responses, and Notices archive at http://www.cisco.com/go/psirt and review subsequent advisories to determine exposure and a complete upgrade solution.
    In all cases, customers should ensure that the devices to be upgraded contain sufficient memory and confirm that current hardware and software configurations will continue to be supported properly by the new release. If the information is not clear, customers are advised to contact the Cisco Technical Assistance Center (TAC) or their contracted maintenance providers.
    This section will be updated when information about fixed software versions is available.
    Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for iOS

    Fixed in version 3.0.09353 and available for download on the App Store for devices running iOS version 6 or 7.

    Cisco WebEx Meetings Server

    Fixed in version 2.0MR2

    Cisco TelePresence Video Communication Server (VCS)

    Fixed in version X7.2.3 and X8.1.1

    Cisco Expressway Series

    Fixed in version X8.1.1

    Cisco FireAMP Private Cloud Virtual Appliance

    Fixed in version 1.0.20140409
    After the update:
    In order to further secure the Private Cloud instance, it is recommended that customers, after having completed the software update, replace any existing certificates on the appliance:
    Customers using certificates other than self-signed certificates should procure and install new certificates. Those certificates should be generated using a new private/public key pair. Customer should NOT reuse the previous public/private keypair. Once replaced, putting the device in and out of maintenance mode will ensure that the new certificates are loaded.
    Customers using the default self-signed certificates should generate new certificates after performing the FireAMP Private Cloud update by executing the following commands:

    This will regenerate the SSL certificates and restart all of the services.
    Additionally, customers should reset all passwords (opadmin and fireamp console) and perform a review of the audit logs in both portals.
    Cisco SourceFire

    Cisco SourceFire 3D Appliances (running release 4.10.x and 5.x up to 5.3) and Cisco SourceFire SSL appliances are not vulnerable to this issue. These appliances run the 0.9.8 branch of OpenSSL which is not affected by this vulnerability.
    For additional information regarding detection, please visit the VRT blog. If you have any questions, please contact Sourcefire Technical Support.

    Small Cell Factory Recovery root Filesystem

    Fixed software has been deployed to the Cisco USC CloudBase for all FAPs, except the following Products, which are currently in the planning phases of being updated: FPLUS2-000X, G5-000X, G6-000X Series, FEMTOAP-SR1-000X and FEMTOAP-SR2-000X.

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  • The Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) is aware that multiple scanning attempts and potentially successful exploitations of the vulnerability described in this advisory are being widely discussed; however, Cisco is not aware of any exploitation of Cisco products or services.

macOS Monterey is a great new update we all have been very excited about. This version introduced many cool features, including the Shortcuts app, Universal Control, redesigned Safari, improvements to FaceTime, and other major changes. But, the new updates rarely run flawlessly, and sadly, macOS Monterey is no exception. Luckily, there is a fix for almost every problem you may encounter — in this article, we’ll break down common macOS Monterey problems and fixes.

macOS Monterey: problems & solutions

We’ll shed some light on common problems and issues you may face with macOS Monterey. If you’d like to fix a particular problem, jump up to the section that interests you:

1. macOS Monterey won’t install

If you were in the middle of updating your Mac, but the macOS Monterey installation failed, here are a few things you could try:

Make sure you have enough space.

Apple recommends having around 20GBs of free hard drive space to install new OS update. To check how much free space you have, go to the Apple menu > About This Mac. Select the Storage tab and let it calculate how your storage space is allocated. If there are less than 20GBs available, click Manage, and follow the tips to optimize your hard drive.

Check your Wi-Fi connection

A problem with the internet connection may be the reason why the macOS Monterey update gets stuck. Change the network if you can, or switch to an ethernet cable to avoid Wi-Fi connectivity issues.

Check Apple System status

When Apple Servers are down, all Mac users can experience issues with the update. To check the current server status, visit the System Status page. Look for a green status indicator next to “macOS Software Update.” If there is a problem, it will say 'Outage' alongside a red dot.

2. Time Machine is stuck on backup

If the last time you’ve backed up your Mac was some time ago, it may take longer for Time Machine to prepare a backup. Giving it more time should fix the issue. But, if it’s been stuck for a while, try stopping the backup in progress. Then, uncheck the “Back Up Automatically” box.

Now, exclude the large files you don’t need from the backup: click Options and press “+” to add files.

Before starting the backup over, make sure your antivirus software doesn’t interfere with Time Machine: exclude the external drive from the antivirus scans or quit the antivirus altogether while you’re backing up your data.

3. Mac is slow after the update

Some users reported having performance issues after updating their Macs to macOS Monterey. If that’s the case with your MacBook, there is an app that can fix that. CleanMyMac X is a Mac cleaner and optimization tool that runs useful optimizations and speeds things up on your computer. It disables background processes, frees up RAM, and shows exactly what’s slowing down your Mac.

  • Download CleanMyMac X here — it’s free to try it out.
  • Install and launch the app.
  • Go to Optimization.
  • Select the Login Items and Launch Agents that you want to disable.
  • Click Remove.

Now, move to the Maintenance tab, and run some optimizations here.

CleanMyMac X saves the time you’d spent running all those commands in Terminal. So, if you’re looking for a safe and quick way to fix your slow Mac, try CleanMyMac X — it’s notarized by Apple.

If your Mac became particularly slow with the update, check out our article on how to speed up macOS Monterey.

4. Mouse/Trackpad input is laggy

Some of the early adopters of the macOS Monterey reported an input delay that happened every five minutes and lasted for 5 to 20 seconds a time. Unfortunately, Apple still has no fix, but we expect the solution will arrive with the next update. In the meantime, you can try the following:

Disable conflicting apps

Some programs can conflict with each other causing your trackpad or mouse to lag. Quit all the active apps (you can do that using the Force Quit menu: just press Option-Command-Esc to launch it) and see if the issue persists. Reopen apps one by one to identify the culprit.

Downgrade to macOS Big Sur

If it’s impossible for you to use your Mac normally, consider downgrading to the previous macOS. Here are our detailed instructions on how to roll back from macOS Monterey to Big Sur.

5. Wi-Fi not working

If you’ve noticed that Wi-Fi stopped working on your Mac after the upgrade, first try forgetting the network:

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  1. Go to System Preferences > Network.
  2. Select Wi-Fi and click Advanced.
  3. Select the network you want to forget and press the “–” button.
  4. Click Remove to confirm.

Reconnect to the network and see if it worked. If it didn’t help, updating your Wi-Fi preferences may fix the issue. Here’s how to do that:

  1. Go to Finder.
  2. Click Go > Go to Folder.
  3. Enter this location and press Go: /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/
  4. Locate the following files and delete them:

com.apple.airport.preferences.plist

com.apple.network.eapolclient.configuration.plist

com.apple.wifi.messsage-tracer.plist

NetworkInterfaces.plist

preferences.plist

Restart your Mac and your Wi-Fi router. The new preference files will be rebuilt, and Wi-Fi should be up and running.

Another thing with Wi-Fi is that we often use lots of different Wi-Fi networks, forgetting some of them are free and unsecure. Your Mac can reconnect to that unsafe network if it’s nearby, exposing your data to more risks. So, it’s better to remove those networks for good. CleanMyMac X helps you do just that: it shows the list of all open networks you’ve earlier connected to and deletes them.

You can explore other Privacy features as well to be more in control of your data and remain secure.

6. Bluetooth not working

Bluetooth issues are common on the new OS: it happened on Big Sur, and it happens on Monterey now. If Bluetooth keeps disconnecting or doesn’t connect at all, here are some things you can do:

Reset the Bluetooth module

To reset Bluetooth, press Shift-Option and click the Bluetooth icon. Here, select Reset the Bluetooth module. In the window that appears, click OK.

Reset PRAM/NVRAM settings

NVRAM is a type of memory on your Mac that contains certain settings. PRAM, which stands for Parameter RAM, stores similar information. Resetting NVRAM/PRAM can help fix issues with sound, display, Bluetooth, and other preferences. Here’s how to do that:

  • Shut down your Mac.
  • Turn it on and press Option-Command-P-R on Mac’s startup.
  • Hold the keys for 20 seconds, then release.

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When your Mac starts up, go to System Preferences to modify any settings that were altered.

7. Cursor stuck on Monterey

We’ve seen posts about issues with the Mac trackpad after upgrading to Monterey. It seems to be turned off for certain user accounts while the mouse is still working fine.

What can you do? One user reported that the following trick solved the issue.

Update your Accessibility settings

Open System Preferences > Accessibility> Pointer control.

Now, deselect the setting that says “Ignore built-in trackpad when mouse or wireless trackpad is present”.

For some reason, this setting became the default one on Monterey, causing the cursor to be stuck.

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8. Battery drain on macOS Monterey

The increased pressure on the battery is typical for the new macOS. The problem is hardly in the battery itself; it is most likely caused by a misbehaving app. Lots of apps still haven’t been adjusted for Monterey yet.

Before you take other steps, point and click the battery symbol in the upper right corner. Open Battery Preferences. You’ll see the apps that consume the most battery charge.

Now you can try either of these solutions.

Restart your Mac

The golden rule of troubleshooting that fixes 80% of all issues.

Check the battery’s usage history

Go to System Preferences > Battery > Usage history.

This again should give you an idea of how your battery is performing over time.

Find your hidden background apps

Chrome is known to hog memory (and so the battery) with its various background processes. But it’s not the only app that does so. To check what apps are secretly running, you can use the free tool in CleanMyMac X. This is an easy Mac optimizer, which is notarized by Apple.

  • Download the free version of CleanMyMac X
  • Click on Optimization > Launch Agents
  • Switch off some of the items you don’t need.

Reset SMC

System Management Controller controls many deep-level settings of your Mac, and battery driver is one of them. In dire situations, you can reset SMC by pressing a special key combination upon startup.

If your MacBook is from 2018 and newer, it may have a T2 chip. The startup key combinations, in your case, will be different. To check if yours is a T2 Mac, you may go to Apple menu > About this Mac > System Report > Hardware > Controller.

How to reset SMC on a Mac with a T2 security chip
  • Shut down your Mac.
  • Hold down Control, Option, and Shift (on the right side)
  • Keep pressing these keys for 7 secs. Now, press the Power button.
  • Continue pressing these four buttons for 7 seconds.
  • After a few seconds, start your Mac normally.
How to reset SMC on a Mac without T2
  • Shut down your Mac
  • Hold down Control, Option, Shift, and press the Power button.
  • Continue pressing the keys for about 10 seconds.
  • Release the keys.

9. Hide My Email not working on macOS Monterey

Hide My Email is a tool in iCloud that creates random aliases for your email so you can keep your real details hidden. But after you’ve upgraded to Monterey, you may see the message that the feature is “Not available.”

Log out from iCloud and sign back in

Your iCloud details could have been cached, and simple logging out often fixes that.

Restart your computer

This sounds really basic, but it did work for some users on Mac forums. Also, you may wait for a couple of hours and try again. Apple is probably fixing things on the fly, and next time you log in the issue could be fixed on their end.

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Update your macOS Monterey

macOS Monterey will have many incremental updates aimed at bug fixing. Go to System Preferences > Software Updates for your less buggy version of Monterey.

Network preferences prevent content from loading

Another email-related issue that people are having on Monterey. The problem, after a quick investigation, seems to do with email security settings.

Check your Mail Preferences

  1. Open the Mail app.
  2. Click on Preferences > Privacy
  3. Try to disable Mail privacy protection from there.

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Also, if you use a VPN, turn it off to see if it solves the problem. If the problem is still there, try opening:

  1. Apple menu > System Preferences > Network
  2. Choose a network service from the list on the left.
  3. Select Advanced > Proxies.

It may be that the email content is restricted on the level of proxies. So this panel may help you figure out what’s going on. But be careful with modifying any settings there.

We rarely go back to past email attachments, but after a while they may grow out of proportion. Sadly, there’s no way to delete all the unneeded Mail attachments at once. So you end up losing more and more space as time goes by.

A little trick will do the job. You can use the app called CleanMyMac X - it has a free version you can download. Install the app and click Mail Attachments in the sidebar. This will quickly free up lots of potentially wasted space in Mail.


10. Mac won’t shut down on macOS Monterey

Who would have thought macOS Monterey would be impossible to shut down? What prevents the shutdown is always apps, often not visible on the surface.

Use Activity Monitor to force quit running apps

  • Go to the Launchpad and type in Activity Monitor in the search bar.
  • Under the Energy tab, you can see apps that are running.
  • Use the Stop button to force quit the suspect apps.

Other ideas:

Press and hold the Power button.

Press Command + Control + Power.

11. Mac overheating after the Monterey upgrade

Again, this issue is very common for new operating systems and boils down to memory management. When the processor is hogged, at its peak capabilities, the Mac will get hot. And what loads the processor is, you guessed it, apps.

  • You may check your Activity Monitor to close those unwanted apps (see the previous step).
  • Also, review your Launch Agents and startup items as suggested in this article.
  • If the issue keeps repeating, try resetting the SMC (find the instructions in the chapter about Battery Drain in this article).

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Many apps still need to be optimized for Monterey, which will make them more energy effective.

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12. Screen saver broken on macOS Monterey

If you try to use your photo as a screensaver, it will not always work on Monterey. Is it a minor bug or is screensaver somehow working differently now? Ken Burns and other slideshow effects seem to be not available with custom photos.

One explanation is that the directory that the photos are taken from cloud refer to a different or empty place after upgrading to Monterey. Try updating the Source link in the dropdown menu. You may try and move your photos to a different folder and set it a source destination.

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macOS Monterey is a great new update, but things may go out of control when you upgrade your Mac. Follow this guide to fix the issues that may occur during and after you install the new macOS.