A sysadmin looking to set up a VPN network was surprised to discover that a Cisco installation CD contained Mexican music instead of security software. Cisco has acknowledged the issue and said that affected customers will be offered replacement CDs. Instead of the intended software, some CDs shipped to Cisco customers featured …
Expect to see those CDs on eBay any time soon
I'm sure they'll be collectors' items
Cancer that's killing C
Could have been worse, could have been Girls Aloud. *barumph-tish*
re: The tracks seem to be poor-quality bootleg remixes of the sort typically created by wannabe DJs
I suppose it could be worse - it could be the poor quality software produced by wannabe programmers normally found on such CDs ;)
Cisco or Cisco Kid
They all look the same.
You guys are slipping up -- this was on /. yesterday.
Can Paris tell the difference either?
Am I the only one who sees this?
Cisco being sued by the RI Ass A for infringing on their rights to make poor quality bootlegs of the songs, distributing them in a malicious manner (sending them out all over the place with no idea of who got what), and then covering up what they have done by replacing the discs with what should be there?
Can we start a save Cisco foundation with man thongs and a Geeks of Cisco calendar?
Im sure we can raise a few bucks for their defense.
Wont happen. RIAA only picks on those that it thinks wont fight back
You linked to Wikipedia
I thought site policy was that it was 99.9% bullshit?
But most importantly....
What's the full track listing? Surely someone knows.
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