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Cisco Router Vulnerability Gives Window into Researchers' World
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MarkSindone
MarkSindone,
User Rank: Moderator
2/19/2019 | 12:01:39 AM
The more the merrier
I actually find it quite amazing how easy it is for software engineers to release a patch that magically solves all the problems of their hardware around the world. I reckon that it takes actual operations and real-life testing to actually detect these issues. Testing before release is definitely not exhaustive if the company wants to push all of their stock out off storage and start raking in the profits from the sale of their items.
DavidHamilton
DavidHamilton,
User Rank: Apprentice
2/18/2019 | 11:10:03 PM
Take advantage of situation
Have you heard of the saying "Every cloud has a silver lining"? This situation somehow explains this term in a vague manner. Though the unfortunate event of Cisco router compromise happened, it also created an opportunity for security experts to improve their security processes. If it hadn't happened, perhaps the level of their expertise might have not progressed a step forward.


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