[Dshield] Cisco: Multiple Vulnerabilities Found by PROTOS IPSec Test Suite
isc at coaxial.ca
Wed Nov 16 22:12:17 GMT 2005
Agreed, good advice. I do keep mailing list domains and information 100%
seperate from anything relating to production environments I do consulting
for though, so no worries there :)
From: Mrcorp <mrcorp at yahoo.com>
To: General DShield Discussion List <list at lists.dshield.org>
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 12:52:00 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: [Dshield] Cisco: Multiple Vulnerabilities Found by PROTOS
IPSec Test Suite
> Great, I will be sure to ping your networks tonight!
> Just kidding, but remember, when posting to this list, it is publice
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> --- Josh A <isc at coaxial.ca> wrote:
> > This came out yesterday, but doesn't seem to be generating too much
> > interest so far. Personally I manage probably 200 cisco devices each
> > an ipsec-isakmp vpn tunnel to our NOC, each vulnerable to this.
> > old checkpoint code too.
> > Has anyone heard anything on this one ?
> > Thanks
> > Josh
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