Juniper Networks addresses 84 bugs

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Juniper Networks issues 27 software security advisories covering 84 product vulnerabilities, 31 of them critical

Juniper Networks has issued 27 software security advisories covering 84 product vulnerabilities, 31 of them critical.

All of the critical flaws were listed in a single security advisory that detailed 53 vulnerabilities in its Contrail Networking cloud network automation product. Two of the bugs were assessed a maximum 10.0 CVSS base score: a path traversal vulnerability that "allows copying and overwriting files outside of the specified destination in the local ansible controller host," (CVE-2019-3828) and a vulnerability that could enable remote attackers to conduct server-side request forgery attacks (CVE-2018-14721). Juniper resolved the various flaws in release version 1910.

A number of other products had vulnerabilities patched as well, including Junos OS, NFX Series, CTPView and CTP Series, SBR Carrier and SRX5000 Series.

The original version of this article was published on SC Media US.

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