Just a short time after leaving ISS in order to publicly expose security holes in Cisco's router software, Michael Lynn has found a new home with Juniper
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Cisco Systems should follow Microsoft's example and create a streamlined patching system for fixing vulnerabilities, according to IT specialists. The networking giant has been under fire after security researcher Michael Lynn last week outlined how to attack its Internetworking Operating System (IOS) to gain control over and shut down a router.
Cisco's lawyers are sending out cease and desist notices to Web sites that have published a controversial presentation by ex-Internet Security Systems (ISS) employee Michael Lynn that exposes the potential dangers of a flaw in the network giant's router operating system.The presentation was given by Lynn at the Defcon conference in Las Vegas last week, despite legal threats from Cisco and ISS.
Company adds two new models to its Proventia line of security products, which protect networks against online attacks.
Network security company ISS is likely to face embarrassing questions from its customers following the discovery of new worm Saturday exploiting flaws in its software. The worm, dubbed witty.
A serious vulnerability, which may allow attackers to obtain confidential information, has been found in PeopleSoft’s Application Messaging Gateway servlet. Internet Security Systems (ISS), a network security company based in Atlanta, USA, discovered the security glitch, present in default installations, and released an advisory.
RSA Security shares scampered up 5, or 9 percent, to 58 Wednesday as investors jumped on it and other security software vendors in the wake of a recent attack on major Web sites
Rivals Network Associates Inc. and Internet Security Systems Inc.