Time to reboot the Internet again

Thursday, 25 January 2007, 12:12 AM EST

Cisco, the company whose hardware routers are responsible for handling the majority of the world's Internet traffic, today issued patches to fix at least three very serious security holes in its products. This is generally not something that the average user needs to worry about, but I'm blogging on it because the flaws do have the potential to cause some problems that Internet users could experience in a very real way (i.e. e-mail and Internet access temporarily goes bye-bye).

At Security Fix.

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