Cisco IP Phone "Settings" button could allow an attacker to change configuration settings
|cisco-ipphone-configuration-access (9144)||Medium Risk|
Cisco IP Phone models 7910, 7940, and 7960 could allow a local attacker to bypass the "Settings" lock and change the IP Phone's configuration. A local attacker could enter the string **# to bypass the lock placed on the "Settings" option and access the configuration options. An attacker could use this vulnerability to modify the phone's configuration and gain complete control over the operation of the IP Phone.
No remedy available as of July 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Wed May 22 2002 - 10:50:50 CDT: Multiple Vulnerabilities in CISCO VoIP Phones.
- Cisco Systems Inc. Security Advisory, 2002 May 22 16:00 GMT: Multiple Vulnerabilities in Cisco IP Telephones.
- BID-4799: Cisco VoIP Phone Default Administrative Password Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0881: Cisco IP Phone (VoIP) models 7910, 7940, and 7960 use a default administrative password, which allows attackers with physical access to the phone to modify the configuration settings.
- OSVDB ID: 15205: Cisco IP Phone Default Administrative Password
- Cisco VoIP Phone CP-7910 3.0
- Cisco VoIP Phone CP-7910 3.1
- Cisco VoIP Phone CP-7910 3.2
- Cisco VoIP Phone CP-7940 3.0
- Cisco VoIP Phone CP-7940 3.1
- Cisco VoIP Phone CP-7940 3.2
- Cisco VoIP Phone CP-7960 3.0
- Cisco VoIP Phone CP-7960 3.1
- Cisco VoIP Phone CP-7960 3.2
May 22, 2002
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