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Re: CiSCO IOS 12.* source code stolen
- From: Henry Linneweh
- Date: Sun May 16 04:56:03 2004
You do not have to steal the code, you can buy a cisco
router from an equipment reseller and have all the
access you want.....
--- Alexei Roudnev <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hmm, it's all interesting. EFnet IRC again...
> Does anyone have a full logs of EFnet IRC
> conversations? We used to
> participate in it 6 years ago (when fighting hackes
> in Russia),
> and it was very useful for following trends (of
> course, after you dump a
> heaps of junk).
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Michel Py"
> To: "John Kinsella" <email@example.com>;
> Sent: Saturday, May 15, 2004 1:45 PM
> Subject: RE: CiSCO IOS 12.* source code stolen
> Rough translation of:
> May, 15 2004
> Leak of code CiSCO IOS source code?
> As it became known to SecurityLab, the source code
> of operating system
> CISCO IOS 12.3, 12.3t, which is used in the majority
> of Cisco network
> devices has been stolen on May 13, 2004. The total
> volume of the stolen
> information represents about 800MB in an archive
> According to the information available to us, the
> leak of fragments of
> the source code occurred because of a break-in into
> the corporate
> network of Cisco System.
> Representatives of Cisco System have not made any
> comments about the
> break-in so far.
> A person whose alias on *darknet@EFnet IRC is
> "franz" has given a small
> parts of the source code (about 2.5 Mb) as proof.
> Below are links to the first 100 first lines of
> source code of: