WebEx

Jon Kibler Jon.Kibler at aset.com
Fri Aug 15 11:17:08 CDT 2008


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Jon Kibler wrote:
> BTW, despite the fact that Cisco says exploits are available, there is
> not the first mention of this vulnerability on the WebEx web site.

I really hate to reply to my own postings, but in this case I will make
an exception.

I just got an email from a Cisco PSIRT manager who said that they were
working with WebEx to address the issue that WebEx does not have an
announcement of the vulnerability on its web site, and Cisco will try to
ensure a similar omission does not happen again.

I am glad to see that Cisco is headed on the right track!

Jon
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Jon R. Kibler
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Advanced Systems Engineering Technology, Inc.
Charleston, SC  USA
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