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Cisco ASA: firmare bug notification

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I have several ASA 5500X series and we unexpectedly got hit by a known bug on the existing firmware, To prepare for the future, is there any bug alert automatic notification from Cisco that I can subscribe to? Thx
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If you have a Cisco TAC account I advise setting up notifications through the Cisco Notification Service mentioned in the link provided by Max.  You can customize the notifications to suite what you need.  I get emails for bugs, EOL, etc. for all our installed Cisco gear.  This includes IOS warnings.
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pony10us,

Which subscription do you use to get notification on bugs? Thx
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Here's the link to the notifications page: http://www.cisco.com/cisco/support/notifications.html
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These are the notifications that I have set up:

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