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Cisco Patches Severe Flaws in Network Management Products, Switches

🕔Feb.25.2021 | 22:30 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

Cisco this week released patches for over a dozen vulnerabilities affecting multiple products, including three critical bugs impacting its ACI Multi-Site Orchestrator, Application Services Engine, and NX-OS software.

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Francisco Partners is acquiring MyHeritage, sources say for $600M

🕔Feb.25.2021 | 01:20 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

Genealogy tracking online is a big business, and today comes some M&A news for one of the bigger names in the field. TechCrunch has learned and confirmed that Israel’s MyHeritage.com — a profitable site that lets people test DNA and track their family lineage and has some 62 million users — is getting acquired by […]

Re-creating San Francisco's Chinatown block by block in Minecraft - CNET

🕔Feb.23.2021 | 20:00 (GMT) | cnet.com

The oldest Chinatown in North America was re-created in the video game by a group of students and recent grads to preserve the neighborhood's rich history.

Cisco reveals a probe of 'self-enrichment scheme' involving ex-employees in China

🕔Feb.19.2021 | 02:07 (GMT) | go.theregister.com

Also lifts lid on allegations former workers paid staffers of 'state-owned enterprises'

Cisco is investigating a self-enrichment scheme among several former employees in China, the firm told investors earlier this week. Switchzilla said it had also tipped off the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

Cred-stealing trojan harvests logins from Chromium browsers, Outlook and more, warns Cisco Talos

🕔Feb.18.2021 | 14:25 (GMT) | go.theregister.com

Masslogger evolution rears its ugly head, $30 gets you three month license to cause carnage

Cisco Talos has uncovered a credential-stealing trojan that lifts your login details from the Chrome browser, Microsoft's Outlook and instant messengers.

Cisco predicts sunlit uplands after COVID but for now revenue is flat

🕔Feb.10.2021 | 15:01 (GMT) | go.theregister.com

Reckons the world is going to re-wire and revisit security

Cisco has reported a small downwards revenue wobble, but reckons there are better days ahead because the post-COVID world will need more networks.

Cisco reveals critical bug in small biz VPN routers when half the world is stuck working at home

🕔Feb.05.2021 | 14:05 (GMT) | go.theregister.com

And we all know how good small business are at patching... NOT

Cisco has addressed a clutch of critical vulnerabilities in its small business and VPN routers that can be exploited by an unauthenticated, remote attacker to execute arbitrary code as the root user. All the attacker needs to do is send a maliciously crafted HTTP request to the web-based management interface.

Cisco Patches Critical Vulnerabilities in Small Business Routers, SD-WAN

🕔Feb.05.2021 | 03:23 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

Cisco this week released software updates to address multiple vulnerabilities across its product portfolio, including critical severity bugs in several small business VPN routers and SD-WAN products.

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Recent Sudo Vulnerability Affects Apple, Cisco Products

🕔Feb.04.2021 | 01:42 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

Apples macOS Big Sur operating system and multiple Cisco products are also affected by the recently disclosed major security flaw in the Sudo utility.

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Countless emails wrongly blocked as spam after Cisco's SpamCop failed to renew domain name at the weekend

🕔Feb.01.2021 | 14:04 (GMT) | go.theregister.com

Plus: Second ransomware operation in the sights of Uncle Sam and the insurance industry under fire for fueling extortionware rise

In brief Cisco's anti-spam service SpamCop failed to renew spamcop.net over weekend, causing it to lapse, which resulted in countless messages being falsely labeled and rejected as spam around the world.

Cisco intros desktop switches, one with USB-C to power your laptop

🕔Jan.28.2021 | 13:57 (GMT) | go.theregister.com

Fibre-to-the-desk is the driver because it allows longer connections and fewer physical frames

Cisco reckons it has invented a whole new category of switches and calls them micro-switches.

Five Ways Cisco Systems is Enabling an Inclusive Future

🕔Jan.27.2021 | 12:44 (GMT) | eweek.com

eWEEK NETWORKING PERSPECTIVE: In a year of social chaos, Cisco stepped up its corporate social responsibility efforts.

Five Ways Cisco Systems is Enabling an Inclusive Future

🕔Jan.27.2021 | 12:44 (GMT) | eweek.com

eWEEK NETWORKING PERSPECTIVE: In a year of social chaos, Cisco stepped up its corporate social responsibility efforts.

CISO Conversations: Intel, Cisco Security Chiefs Discuss the Making of a Great CISO

🕔Jan.26.2021 | 19:47 (GMT) | feedproxy.google.com

It's 2021 and you can hijack a Cisco SD-WAN deployment with malicious IP traffic and a buffer overflow. Patch now

🕔Jan.22.2021 | 14:04 (GMT) | go.theregister.com

And also fix up these other holes that can be exploited via HTTP requests, SQL injection, etc

Cisco this week emitted patches for four sets of critical-severity security holes in its products along with other fixes.

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