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UPDATE Some systems running older versions of Juniper Networks’ Junos OS software could be vulnerable to a transmission control protocol (TCP) flaw that can enable a hacker to crash and reboot certain routers.
In an advisory sent Wednesday afternoon, Juniper said a
variety of devices could be forced to reboot by sending them internet
packets with maliciously formed TCP options. Read the full article. [The Register]
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