Feb
17
2010
Cisco named “Best Companies to Work For”

FORTUNE’s annual “Best Companies to Work For” list is out, and Cisco has been placed in the top 25 (No. 16 overall and No. 4 for large-sized companies) for the fifth consecutive year. Cisco has been a part of this list ever year since its inception in 1998—our unique culture of transparency and openness continues to drive these types of recognitions. What makes Cisco a great place to work? “We are trusted to do our jobs.  We go through a gauntlet of interviews to get a job at Cisco.  Sure, we have to the appropriate educational background and/or work experiences, […]

Feb
3
2010
3 new Cisco critical vulnerabilities

Recently, the The Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) has published three important vulnerability advisories. Multiple Vulnerabilities in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Multiple vulnerabilities exist in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace. This security advisory outlines the details of these vulnerabilities: Insufficient validation of SQL commands Unauthorized account creation User and password enumeration in Cisco MeetingTime Privilege escalation in Cisco MeetingTime

Jan
21
2010
Cisco goes to space

Cisco Systems wants to put a router on every communications satellite. The networking giant has already sent the first one into space. The company announced that the router has successfully completed initial in-orbit tests, after being launched Nov. 23 aboard the Intelsat 14 communications satellite into geosynchronous orbit, 22,300 miles above the Earth. The move is one small step in a bold, new Cisco initiative dubbed Internet Routing in Space (IRIS), which company executives say extends the same Internet protocol-based (IP) technology used to build the World Wide Web into the heavens. The long-term goal, they say, is to route […]

Jan
8
2010
How to use archive command to save configuration

In a large/critical network, it is fundamental backup the Cisco configuration for two reasons: Rollback configuration Restore configuration in case of a broken router There are two ways to backup: manually (using write command each time that you would save running configuration) or automatically (using software like Ciscoworks, HP OpenView, … ). In this tutorial, I would explain a different method to backup configuration: the archive command. Introduced into Cisco IOS Release 12.3(4)T, the archive command permits to save a copy of the current running configuration to different path: ftp, http, https, rcp, scp, tftp servers. Moreover the archive command has […]

Jan
5
2010
Multiple Cisco WebEx WRF Player Vulnerabilities

The The Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) has published one important vulnerability advisory:  Multiple Cisco WebEx WRF Player Vulnerabilities. Multiple buffer overflow vulnerabilities exist in the Cisco WebEx Recording Format (WRF) Player. In some cases, exploitation of the vulnerabilities could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the system of a targeted user. The Cisco WebEx WRF Player is an application that is used to play back WebEx meeting recordings that have been recorded on the computer of an on-line meeting attendee. The WRF Player can be automatically installed when the user accesses a WRF file […]

Dec
11
2009
Happy Birthday Cisco!

Yesterday, Cisco marks its 25th anniversary with a call to community service. Chairman and CEO John Chambers challenged every Cisco employee to volunteer four hours of service in his or her local community. The networking leader’s goal is an aggregate contribution of 200,000 employee volunteer hours, which equates to approximately 25 years worth of service to the global community. Cisco was founded on December 10, 1984 by husband and wife Len Bosack and Sandy Lerner, two former Stanford University computer scientists whose efforts to enable email between computers on different networks led to the invention of the first multiprotocol router. […]

Dec
3
2009
Cisco Christmas Connections Contest

Cisco invites people residing in Australia and New Zealand to submit entries to the Cisco “Christmas Connections” Contest for a chance to connect with family and friends from around the world this Christmas via Cisco TelePresenceTM. Cisco will award two first-place prizes of Christmas dinners over TelePresence, 10 second-place prizes of a TelePresence meeting and 20 third-place prizes of Flip MinoTM cameras to the person with the entry that best illustrates the importance of connections with family and friends at Christmas.

Nov
23
2009
Cisco SIO To Go, an iPhone application

Three days ago, Cisco announced the availability of Cisco SIO To Go, an Apple iPhone application that puts the power of the Cisco Security Intelligence Operations (SIO) in users’ hands, giving them real-time access to a wealth of actionable global security information no matter where they are. The Cisco SIO iPhone application enables users to personalize alerts to show only those security threats that could impact their network and provides added assurance that they are being protected by their Cisco security solution. Marie Hattar, vice president, Network Systems Solutions Marketing, Cisco says: “enabling borderless networks is critical for today’s business […]

Nov
12
2009
Cisco Game! Become a CEO with myPlanNet :-)

Do you remember simcity, the city-building simulation game first released in 1989 and designed by Will Wright? myPlanNet is a Sim City type RTS (real-time strategy) simulation game that puts you into the shoes of a service provider CEO. You manage your business as it evolves from the stone age of dial-up, through the broadband and mobile connected eras, and into the dawning of the medianet age. Learn how to transform your community and explore the products and solutions that will help you provide a migration path from dial up, broadband and mobile services into the medianet age. MyPlanNet was released […]

Nov
10
2009
Transport Layer Security Renegotiation Vulnerability

Security researchers Marsh Ray and Steve Dispensa unveiled the TLS (Transport Layer Security) flaw on Wednesday, following the disclosure of separate, but similar, security findings. TLS and its predecessor, SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), are typically used by online retailers and banks to provide security for web transactions. Ray explained in a blog post on Thursday that he had initially discovered the flaw in August, and demonstrated a working exploit to Dispensa at the beginning of September. This vulnerability could impact any Cisco product that uses any version of TLS and SSL.

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