Cisco Security Advisory

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Sat Mar 29 05:43:43 UTC 2014


On Saturday, March 29, 2014 02:34:13 AM Scott Weeks wrote:

> You got 5 (actually 6 this time) perhaps because you're
> only on NANOG. I got over 30 this time and once when
> there were 9 vulnerabilities I got almost 50 emails from
> cisco.

I've always known that Cisco will submit their notices to 
multiple lists, including their own. So when I see it on one 
list, I already know to expect it on others. Given how easy 
they are to "identify", I immediately delete them from other 
lists which I've decided is not the primary list I want to 
learn them on.

It does help that they stack them up in one batch, so you 
don't even need to think about it much.

But clearly, this is one of those issues where you have a 
good amount of folk on either side of the fence.

Mark.
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