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Vulnerability Assessment Details

TFTP file detection (Cisco CallManager)

Vulnerability Assessment Summary
Acertains if the remote host has sensitive files exposed via TFTP (Cisco CallManager)

Detailed Explanation for this Vulnerability Assessment

The remote host has a TFTP server installed that is serving one or more Cisco
CallManager files.
These files do not themselves include any sensitive information, but do identify
the TFTP server as being part of a Cisco CallManager environment. The CCM TFTP
server is an essential part of providing VOIP handset functionality, so should
not be exposed to unnecessary scrutiny.

Solution: If it is not required, disable or uninstall the TFTP server.
Otherwise restrict access to trusted sources only.
Risk factor: Low

Networks Security ID:

Vulnerability Assessment Copyright: This NASL script is Copyright 2005 Corsaire Limited.

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