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Unveiling Vulnerabilities in Government Oil Company's Network Infrastructure

Apr 4 2024
1 Min Read

The case study delves into Cyber Heals' journey of assessing the security of a Government Oil Company, particularly focusing on the vulnerabilities found in Cisco ASA Firewall. Despite being essential guardians of network security, these firewalls themselves were found susceptible to exploitation, with Cyber Heals uncovering Local File Inclusion (LFI) and Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities, marked as CVE-2020-3452 and CVE-2020-3580, posed significant risks to the integrity of the firewall, potentially leading to unauthorized access and data breaches.

The study emphasizes the importance of proactive security measures, timely patching, and regular assessments to mitigate such vulnerabilities. It warns of the catastrophic consequences of overlooking these vulnerabilities, including data breaches, service disruptions, and reputational damage. The conclusion advocates for ongoing vigilance and collective action to fortify digital defenses and combat evolving cyber threats.

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