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TC 7.1.4 is released

I am pleased to announce that TC7.1.4 is released and can be downloaded on

Fixes bug CSCup25163 - Multiple Vulnerabilities in OpenSSL - June 2014

Includes the following OpenSSL vulnerabilities identified by the Common Vulnerability and Exposure (CVE) ID's:

Bug fix release.

Please read the release notes:

Magnus Ohm

VIP Purple

Hello Magnus -Have a question

Hello Magnus -

Have a question.  Noticed the different TC software codecs, that although they all run TC software, select codecs have different software files.  Such as SX10, SX20/MXG2, SX80 each all have different versions of the TC software filename from one another and from the other TC software codecs.  Why the different file names of the same software, you guys have managed to have the same software C Series/EX and others?

Just asking, I'm getting an SX10 soon, and noticed this week that I'll need to make sure I download a different file from the other C Series/EX codecs.

Cisco Employee

This is because of the the

This is because of the the different hardware platforms on the codecs so the software is the same but tweaked to support the different hardware platforms. This is why we need separate software packages. It is unfortunate but that is how it must be. Some systems are based on the same platform as SX20, MXG2 and SX80, MX700/800, C-Series/EX/MXG1. If you search for SX10 and get the download page of SX10 on you should automatically get the correct software package for this system.


VIP Purple

That's what I figured, and it

That's what I figured, and it makes sense as the hardware evolves, different tweaks as you say would need to be made to the base software, hence different file names.

New Member

Hi Magnus, I found that not

Hi Magnus,


I found that not only TC7.1.4, but also TC6.0.3 is described as Known Fixed Releases at

Is this really correct?



VIP Purple

According to the release

According to the release notes, yes it is correct.

TC7 Release Notes, p28.

TC6 Release Notes, p68.

New Member

Thank you Patrick,So we need

Thank you Patrick,

So we need to downgrade from TC6.3.1 to TC6.0.3 if we want to use bug fixed TC6.x codecs?

We have just upgraded many codecs because of Heartbleed bug but now we have to downgrade themangry





VIP Green

Hi Kotaro,It all depends on

Hi Kotaro,

It all depends on which bug sets you're trying to be free of... and which you consider to be more of an issue.

If you absolutely must stay with TC6.x then:

TC6.3.1 is the only version that's Heartbleed fixed (but doesn't include the other OpenSSL fixes)

TC6.0.3 fixes the other bugs listed above (but not Heartbleed).  Note: TC6.0.x also includes quite a number of other bugs that have been resolved in the later versions (ie CVE-2013-3378)

If you want to go to a version that includes fixes for all of the above, you'll need to go to TC7.1.4.

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Please remember to rate responses and to mark your question as answered if appropriate.
New Member

Thank you Wayne,Then I will

Thank you Wayne,

Then I will use TC7.1.4...

Anyway these OpenSSL bugs exusts me.







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