CISCO ISSUES FIXES FOR VULNERABLE WEB ROUTERS

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  1. Imhotep

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    Network Security Cisco alerted its customers Wednesday about a serious
    security flaw in many of its Internet routers, which serve as key
    intersections in channeling Web and e-mail traffic from point to point.
    Cisco Systems Inc., based in San Jose, Calif., warned that attackers could
    use the flaw to seize control over specified vulnerable routers-not most
    routers currently in use.

    http://www.linuxsecurity.com/content/view/120333

    Imhotep
    Imhotep, Sep 9, 2005
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