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Hackers race to expose Cisco Internet flaw

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Hackers race to expose Cisco Internet flaw

Mon Aug 8, 2005 9:12 PM IST
By Andy Sullivan
http://in.today.reuters.com/news/newsArticle.aspx?type=technologyNews&storyID=2005-08-08T204235Z_01_NOOTR_RTRJONC_0_India-211980-1.xml

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Computer hackers worked through the weekend to expose 
a flaw that could allow an attacker to take control of the Cisco Systems 
Inc. routers that direct traffic across much of the Internet.

Angered and inspired by Cisco's attempts to suppress news of the flaw 
earlier in the week, several computer security experts at the Defcon 
computer-security conference worked past midnight Saturday to discover and 
map out the vulnerability.

"The reason we're doing this is because someone said you can't," said one 
hacker, who like the others spoke to Reuters on condition of anonymity.

Cisco's routers direct traffic across at least 60 percent of the Internet 
and the security hole has dominated a pair of conferences that draw 
thousands of security researchers, U.S. government employees and teenage 
troublemakers to Las Vegas each summer.

The hackers said they had no intention of hijacking e-commerce payments, 
reading private e-mail, or launching any of the other malicious attacks 
that could be possible by exploiting the flaw.

Rather, they said they wanted to illustrate the need for Cisco customers to 
update their software to defend against such possibilities. Many Cisco 
customers have postponed the difficult process because it could require 
them to unplug entirely from the Internet.

Security researcher Michael Lynn first described the flaw on Wednesday at 
the Black Hat conference over the objections of Cisco and his former 
employer, Internet Security Systems Inc.

Lynn helped Cisco develop a fix but wanted to discuss it publicly to raise 
awareness of the problem, according to associates, going so far as to quit 
his job with ISS so he could talk freely.

"What (Lynn) ended up doing was describing how to build a missile without 
giving all the details. He gave enough (details) so people could understand 
how a missile could be built, and they could take their research from 
there," said a security expert who gave his name only as Simonsaz and who 
said he is not involved in the hacking effort.

COURT ORDER

After his presentation Cisco and ISS obtained a court order barring Lynn 
and the Black Hat organization from further disseminating details of the 
flaw. Cisco employees ripped Lynn's presentation from the conference 
program, according to witnesses, and Black Hat handed over its video 
recording of his talk.

"ISS and Cisco's actions with Mr. Lynn and Black Hat were not based on the 
fact that a flaw was identified, rather that they chose to address the 
issue outside of established industry practices," said Cisco spokeswoman 
Mojgan Khalili, who added that the company is committed to protecting its 
customers.

But those efforts have only inspired other security experts to take a crack 
at Cisco's software.

"It's really saddening and disheartening to see Cisco taking this approach, 
because it leaves their customers less secure," one of the hackers said.

In one of the hackers' hotel rooms, several Cisco routers sat surrounded by 
plastic beer cups on a coffee table. Two laptops on the floor displayed the 
software's machine code, an endless blur of numbers.

If they don't figure out how to take over Cisco's Internet Operating System 
software by the end of the weekend, their counterparts at a hacking 
festival in Europe will certainly do so, the hackers said.

Some experts said the flaw has been blown out of proportion. Malevolent 
attackers are more likely to focus on easier targets such as home computers 
rather than the complex routers that direct traffic across the Internet, 
said Jon Callas, chief technical officer of PGP Corp., a provider of 
encryption software.

"An awful lot of the buzz that is going around is buzz because of the use 
of lawyers and injunctions and lawsuits rather than the actual thing 
itself," said Callas, who is not involved in efforts to hack the software.

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Also in this issue:

- Nigeria cracking down on e-scams
   Day in, day out, a strapping, amiable 24-year-old who calls himself Kele 
B. heads to an   Internet cafe, hunkers down at a computer and casts his 
net upon the cyber-waters.
- Pink slip doesn't leave them red-faced
   Getting fired is rarely a happy event, but that doesn't mean you can't 
have a sense of   humor about it.
- Reports of Vista virus rebutted
   Microsoft has hit back at reports of the first virus for its new version 
of Windows,   dubbed Vista.
- Summertime, and the living is digital
   Technology commentator Bill Thompson is enjoying a technology-rich 
summer with his   children.
- WEBLOG WATCH
   When Weblog Watch did an initial round-up of British bloggers' reactions 
to the London   bomb attacks, we noted how Tim Worstall's words had 
generally been heeded in the immediate   aftermath:
- Microsoft Cuts Windows Vista Feature
   Experts had worried that the Monad scripting shell would be an 
attractive target for   hackers.
- Hackers race to expose Cisco Internet flaw
   Computer hackers worked through the weekend to expose a flaw that could 
allow an attacker   to take control of the Cisco Systems Inc. routers that 
direct traffic across much of the   Internet.
- Google Earth website poses no risk: govt
   Terrorists are able to download a bird's-eye view of sensitive 
Australian sites, including   parliament house, the Lucas Heights nuclear 
reactor and airports, an internet company   admits.
- Internet Scammers Keep Working in Nigeria
   In Festac Town, an entire community of scammers overnights on the 
Internet. By day they   flaunt their smart clothes and cars and hang around 
the Internet cafes, trading stories   about successful cons and near 
misses, and hatching new plots.
- FCC eases rules on high-speed Net service
   Federal regulators Friday eliminated rules that forced phone companies 
to rent out network   access to rival DSL services, a move criticized by 
consumer advocates who say it will   eventually lead to higher fees for 
Internet service.


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