Cisco Patches Traffic Snooping Flaw In Operating Systems Used By Its Networking Gear | Pcworld

Cisco patches traffic snooping flaw in its networking gear OSes – Computerworld

It gathers link state information from available routers into a database in order to built a network topology map which is then used to determine the best route for IP traffic. This vulnerability could allow an unauthenticated attacker to take full control of the OSPF Autonomous System (AS) domain routing table, blackhole traffic, and intercept traffic, Cisco said in a security advisory . Exploiting the vulnerability doesnt require authentication and can be achieved remotely by sending specifically crafted OSPF LSA type 1 packets via unicast or multicast to the vulnerable device. The packets could contain false routes that would then get propagated throughout the entire OSPF AS domain.
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Bell already offers customers access to Canada’s largest 4G LTE mobile network, reaching 82% of the population at the end of Q2. LTE is complemented by 4G HSPA+ coverage to more than 98% of the population. Bell Wireline Bell Wireline continued to see year-over-year improvement in the rate of revenue and Adjusted EBITDA decline, benefitting from higher ARPU across all residential services, disciplined TV and Internet growth, fewer losses in traditional home phone, and well-controlled operating costs. Wireline revenue declined 0.8% to $2,485 million in Q2, as higher Internet and TV revenues drove a third consecutive quarter of positive residential services revenue growth. This growth countered the ongoing loss of legacy voice and data revenues, competitive pricing pressures in residential, business and wholesale markets, and lower business data product sales.
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CBCE reports second quarter 2014 results – Yahoo Finance

“This vulnerability could allow an unauthenticated attacker to take full control of the OSPF Autonomous System (AS) domain routing table, blackhole traffic, and intercept traffic,” Cisco said in a security advisory . Exploiting the vulnerability doesn’t require authentication and can be achieved remotely by sending specifically crafted OSPF LSA type 1 packets via unicast or multicast to the vulnerable device. The packets could contain false routes that would then get propagated throughout the entire OSPF AS domain. However, the attacker does need to determine some information in advance in order to launch a successful attack, Cisco said. This information includes the network placement and IP address of the targeted router, the LSA database sequence numbers and the router ID of the OSPF Designated Router (DR).
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TeraGo Reports Second Quarter 2014 Results – Yahoo Finance

Summary of Quarterly Results 1See Definitions – Key Performance Indicators, IFRS, Additional GAAP and Non-GAAP Measures Seasonality The Company’s net customer growth is typically impacted adversely by weather conditions. The majority of new customer locations require the installation of rooftop equipment. Typically, harsher weather in the first quarter of the year results in a reduction of productive installation days.
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