Avaya Cajun default community string could allow unauthorized SNMP access

avaya-cajun-default-snmp (9769) The risk level is classified as HighHigh Risk


The Avaya Cajun P330, P130, and M770-ATM series switches have a default read/write Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) community string. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability to gain unauthorized administrative access to the affected device.


Gain Access


Upgrade to the latest firmware version for your device, as listed in the Avaya Security Advisory dated July 8, 2002. See References.


Platforms Affected:

  • Avaya Cajun M770 Supervisor
  • Avaya Cajun M770-ATM
  • Avaya P130 Workgroup Ethernet Switch
  • Avaya P330 Stackable Switching System


Aug 05, 2002

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