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This vulnerability has been modified since it was last analyzed by the NVD. It is awaiting reanalysis which may result in further changes to the information provided.
The Huawei NE5000E, MA5200G, NE40E, NE80E, ATN, NE40, NE80, NE20E-X6, NE20, ME60, CX600, CX200, CX300, ACU, WLAN AC 6605, S9300, S7700, S2300, S3300, S5300, S3300HI, S5300HI, S5306, S6300, S2700, S3700, S5700, S6700, AR G3, H3C AR(OEM IN), AR 19, AR 29, AR 49, Eudemon100E, Eudemon200, Eudemon300, Eudemon500, Eudemon1000, Eudemon1000E-U/USG5300, Eudemon1000E-X/USG5500, Eudemon8080E/USG9300, Eudemon8160E/USG9300, Eudemon8000E-X/USG9500, E200E-C/USG2200, E200E-X3/USG2200, E200E-X5/USG2200, E200E-X7/USG2200, E200E-C/USG5100, E200E-X3/USG5100, E200E-X5/USG5100, E200E-X7/USG5100, E200E-B/USG2100, E200E-X1/USG2100, E200E-X2/USG2100, SVN5300, SVN2000, SVN5000, SVN3000, NIP100, NIP200, NIP1000, NIP2100, NIP2200, and NIP5100 use the DES algorithm for stored passwords, which makes it easier for context-dependent attackers to obtain cleartext passwords via a brute-force attack.
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Allows unauthorized disclosure of informationAllows unauthorized modificationAllows disruption of service
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