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  1. Junior Member Registered Member
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    Default Switch: Vulnerability Assessement

    Hi all,
    I would like to performe a vulnerability assessment on a "generic switch". So I need to find a list of vulnerability that could be tested on a switch.
    The only two item I know about the switch are those:
    - the switch implements VLAN
    - the switch has an EAP authentication protocol.

    Any suggestion ?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Run an OpenVAS scan on it.
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    may be look for default passwords, accounts, password policy?
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    Thank you for reply.
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    There are some model specific vulns too. Take this issue with vstack for example: https://tools.cisco.com/security/cen...r-20170214-smi
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    Is this your homework by any chance?
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    Cisco Configuration Professional can scan it and provide you with a list of things to address.

    A lot of it is covered in the CCNA security, if you want, I can list some.
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