back to article Borg patches enterprise ASR router DoS hole

Cisco has closed a hole in its ASR 1000 line of enterprise and service provider-grade routers that could trigger denial of service. Attackers can exploit the hole by crafting a series of packets that cause the routers to reload and cut net services. The Borg says it has not witnessed attacks in the wild. "A vulnerability in …

  1. Woodgie

    If this is the same DoS bug as recounted here, http://redd.it/3excu7 then yes, it's been seen in the wild!

    1. Woodgie
      Stop

      Yep, wrong, on my phone and misread ASR for ASA. Time for reading glasses...

  2. Ian-H

    Anyone still running IOS XE 2.x code needs a bit of a slapping, the most up to date version, 2.6.2, was last patched in 2010... Good results at scale with 3.10S and 3.13S, would strongly suggest the upgrade.

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