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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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Huawei

Shenzhen, China-based Huawei has been making significant inroads in the IT hardware market in recent years, and its router and switching business claimed the No. 2 market share in IDC's most recent quarterly data. However, the company hasn't issued an advisory related to the impacts the Spectre and Meltdown exploits may have on its networking products. The company did issue an advisory Saturday related to 10 of its server models. The company said it has issued software updates to fix potential vulnerabilities in its Version 3 of its CH-series servers, as well as Version 5 of its 1288 and 2288 servers.

 
 
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