I recently got a Cisco small business router and our PCI compliance scan flagged it as being vulnerable to a CCS injection/man-in-the-middle. From what I'm looking at, it looks like a OpenSSL vulnerability. I have the latest firmware installed but I can't wait around for Cisco to fix this. Should I disable the SSL on the router? If not, what should I do?
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