Concern over net security patches

Thursday, 25 January 2007, 3:49 PM EST

The firm that makes hardware for much of the backbone of the internet has released three patches for security holes in its products.

Cisco has issued the fixes to internet service providers who are expected to roll out repairs in the coming days. But there is concern that malicious hackers could exploit the flaws in the routers before the problems are fixed.

At the BBC.

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