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Low-cost Internet routers are the source of problem

Madison, WI- Over 2,200 computers on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus were infected with the latest e-mail virus last week. At the same time, it was revealed that beginning in May 2003, UW-Madison discovered that it was the recipient of a continuous large scale flood of inbound Internet traffic destined for one of the ......

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1) Fixing the SNTP client
2) Proposals for new network operational options
3) A campaign to notify the Internet community
4) Clarification of Internet best practices and protocol standards

The problem, according to the document, is that there's a flawed NetGear SNTP client implementation. The author, Dave Pl......

Full article >>> the problem including improving our products and how they interface with public access servers. We want to take a leadership role and do what is right for our customers and the Internet community as a whole, Hagan said.

According to Plonka, the exposure of this issue at the UW serves a larger purpose. This is a serious issue for the Internet in general and more specifically to vendors an......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 08/25/03


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