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Here's How Five Top Networking Vendors Are Responding To Spectre, Meltdown Exploits

Cisco, Huawei, HPE Aruba, Arista Networks and Juniper Networks have all responded to the Spectre and Meltdown exploits by issuing security advisories that demonstrate a range of possible impacts and preventative actions.

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Cisco Systems

The global networking leader commands a 55 percent share of the market, according to the latest data from research firm IDC, and the company said in a security advisory that the majority of its products are closed systems and therefore not vulnerable to Spectre or Meltdown flaws. Still, the company isn't leaving anything to chance, and is investigating its Cisco Cloud Services Platform 2100; ASR, NCS, XRv9000 and Industrial Integrated routers; Nexus series switches including blade and fabric models; as well as UCS B- and C-series blade and rack servers. The company advised that customers "harden their virtual environment," and "ensure that all security updates are installed."

 
 
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