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Date: Tue May 20 2008 - 20:11:04 CDT
On Tue, 20 May 2008 23:49:33 BST, n3td3v said:
> How can you say the cyber world is unlikely to end when Cisco is the
> most widely used router on the internet today? Everyone uses Cisco,
> all the ISP's and everyone.
Except for the people who use Juniper, or....
Anyhow - if you can explain how it is *ANY DIFFERENT* than the situation
after Lynn's talk, where he basically gave the way to shellcode IOS, and why
the existence of cookie-cutter shellcode for IOS didn't break the net, but
Hint - to rootkit a Cisco, you first have to shellcode it. And the ability
to do *THAT* has been there for years.
> Even if the in the know guys secure their routers, there is still a
> hell of a lot of people who won't and a rootkit for Cisco will damage
> the internet, e-commerce and government!!!
Yes, exactly the *SAME* way that the Cisco world fell apart after Lynn's talk.
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