Cisco to be under scrutiny again at Black Hat

Thursday, 20 July 2006, 5:50 AM EST

Cisco Systems Inc.'s products will again come under scrutiny again at this year's Black Hat USA 2006 conference, which kicks off later this month in Las Vegas.

Conference organizers say that 15 new exploits will be discussed at this year's event and that two of them target NAC (Network Admission Control) and VoIP vulnerabilities that affect products from a number of vendors, including Cisco.

At Computerworld.

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