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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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Juniper Networks

Juniper Networks noted that the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities affect Intel processors used in various Juniper products, including Junos OS, Junos Space Appliance, NSMXpress 3000 and 4000 appliance and its CTP appliance. The company said in order to exploit the vulnerabilit, an attacker would have to gain local authenticated privileged admin access and bypass Juniper security assessments. The company said in an advisory that customers should limit access to critical infrastructure networking equipment only to trusted admins. The company said it would provide patches as soon as they're available from operating systems vendors.

 
 
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