A fairly serious flaw that was announced in October 2008 by Outpost24 (and apparently discovered way back in 2005), has finally been patched by the major players Cisco and Microsoft. So far Redhat has offered a workaround for the flaw and Juniper has responded that their equipment is not vulnerable. It could be that Juniper […]
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If your organisation is using any kind of Cisco Wi-Fi kit it may be time to get the latest patches for your kit. Although they state there is no proof that hackers have used this attack in the wild – in my experience if Cisco have discovered this now, someone else probably knew about it […]
This is an interesting development in router security, Cisco bugs have been popping up now and then – not that often – but usually when they do they are quite serious. The problem with them was you needed so many variations unless you were just targeting one specific router, with that specific version of IOS […]
Another flaw in Cisco’s IOS, this time a problem with FTP, the mechanism used to update the firmware on Cisco devices (routers & switches mostly). You really don’t want someone playing around with your configuration files on your router do you? IOS FTP, which comes disabled by default in IOS, is used to upload IOS […]
This is an excellent article you might find useful covering the use of the capture command in Cisco PIX firewalls. A vital tool to use when troubleshooting computer networking problems and monitoring computer networks is a packet sniffer. That being said, one of the best methods to use when troubleshooting connection problems or monitoring suspicious […]
Ah Yahoo! in trouble again, this time the news is Yahoo! fined for 35 million USD by the SEC for the 2 years delayed disclosure of the massive hack, we actually reported on the incident in 2016 when it became public – Massive Yahoo Hack – 500 Million Accounts Compromised. Yahoo! has been having a […]