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Four months after it first went public with a warning about widespread vulnerabilities in network security products, Stonesoft said it has found more than 100 new holes, and that security vendors are doing little to address the problem.
‘All your IDS are belong to us,’ was the message on Monday, after researchers at networking security equipment vendor Stonesoft announced the discovery of evasion techniques that could be used by sophisticated attackers to bypass network based IDS and IPS. The disclosure raises questions about the effectiveness of a wide range of networking security products, but experts say those kind of questions are nothing new.
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