Cisco IOS security hole surfaces in Web server code

Thursday, 1 December 2005, 5:06 AM EST

Security researchers this week said they discovered a hole in the Web server code in Cisco’s IOS software. The flaw could allow attackers - armed only with knowledge of the Cisco device’s IP address - to gain administrative control of a Cisco device or run arbitrary code on the machine, according to claims.

By Phil Hochmuth at NetworkWorld.

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