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Twin flaws' double concerns

Security experts worry that two flaws found recently in Microsoft Windows and Cisco routers could lead to serious Internet attacks.

Security experts worry that two flaws found recently in Microsoft Windows and Cisco routers could lead to serious Internet attacks.


A flaw in Microsoft Windows and another in Cisco's ubiquitous network routers have security experts on watch for attacks.
July 17, 2003


A flaw in its router software could allow attackers to freeze Cisco routers and stop the flow of network data through the devices.
July 16, 2003


Internet service providers are vulnerable to a flaw in Cisco routers that could cause some Web sites and servers to become inaccessible, according to network administrators.
July 16, 2003


The software giant issues a patch for a security hole that could allow an attacker to take control of computers running any version of Windows except for Windows ME.
July 16, 2003