Cisco pushes updated to web conferencing software

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Cisco has released software updates to address multiple flaws in its Unified MeetingPlace audio, video and web conferencing solution, according to an advisory released Wednesday. The vulnerabilities, which include an SQL injection bug, could result in information disclosure, denial of service, privilege escalation and unauthorized account creation. Versions 5, 6 and 7 of the product are affected by at least one of the vulnerabilities. — DK
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