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Internet Security Systems Security Brief
September 4, 2002
Multiple Remote Vulnerabilities in Polycom Videoconferencing Products
Internet Security Systems (ISS) X-Force has discovered multiple
vulnerabilities in the Polycom ViewStation videoconferencing products. The
ViewStation devices are powered by a proprietary operating system that
includes Web, Telnet, and FTP servers.
The vulnerable ViewStation products are susceptible to multiple attacks that
may allow individuals to gather information about the device, retrieve files,
crash the device, or monitor videoconferences.
Polycom ViewStation 128 version 7.2 and earlier
Polycom ViewStation H.323 version 7.2 and earlier
Polycom ViewStation 512 version 7.2 and earlier
Polycom ViewStation MP version 7.2 and earlier
Polycom ViewStation DCP version 7.2 and earlier
Polycom ViewStation V.35 version 7.2 and earlier
Polycom ViewStation FX/VS 4000 version 4.1.5 and earlier
For the complete ISS X-Force Security Advisory, please visit:
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pioneer and world leader in software and services that protect critical
online resources from an ever-changing spectrum of threats and misuse.
Internet Security Systems is headquartered in Atlanta, GA, with
additional operations throughout the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe
and the Middle East.
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