Cisco Security Advisory: Cisco IOS Software SSL VPN Denial of Service Vulnerability

Shrdlu shrdlu at deaddrop.org
Fri Mar 28 03:48:29 UTC 2014


On 3/27/2014 7:44 PM, Alexander Neilson wrote:
> I wonder if they should be invited to only post a single message with
> the titles and links to the alerts so that people can follow it up.

Why? Personally, I think it's fine. It only happens (at most) every six
months (and sometimes more like a year).

> Depends on compliance with the charter for the list but I think it
> might be nice list etiquette.

I'm surprised at the level of concern over this, considering it's an
event that has been going on since before most of those posting about
this were even on this list. I'm hoping (in vain, I'm sure) that my
gently pointing out that those posts are useful to many people, and
that their occurrence predates most of you, will make this non-issue
die away (and you make me REALLY MISS srh).

While I still worked (I don't now; I'm retired), it was nice to have
those alerts, because it could be checked against the *things* *that*
*should* *be* *patched* for sanity. Even now, there's still Cisco stuff
on my toy network, and I *still* care.

Could we just stick to the interesting issues of IPv6, and SMTP, and
move on? Please?

-- 
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and have seriously confused justice with equality.
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