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Is the Cisco gateway affected by OpenSSL Heartbleed bug?

fukeong
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I heard from the news that Cisco and Juniper routers are also affected by the Heartbleed bug. Could someone from Rogers confirm that the routers come with your service is affected? If yes, what has Rogers done to protect our information?

 

 

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Re: Is the Cisco gateway affected by OpenSSL Heartbleed bug?

Gdkitty
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They SHOULDNT be affected by it.

 

http://tools.cisco.com/security/center/content/CiscoSecurityAdvisory/cisco-sa-20140409-heartbleed

 

This page has the listing of the cisco products that are affected

 

The 3825 is not listed there.

 

It appears to be more of their UCS, and corporate router/firewall/gateway products.

Many of those, deal with direct SSL connections in/out of the router itself.  The 3825 doesnt have any SSL connections (you cant make a direct SSL connection to it externally, etc)

 

Rogers has already confirmed that their websites/servers do not use the OpenSSL.  Yahoo for the email, had already patched theirs.

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Re: Is the Cisco gateway affected by OpenSSL Heartbleed bug?

Gdkitty
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They SHOULDNT be affected by it.

 

http://tools.cisco.com/security/center/content/CiscoSecurityAdvisory/cisco-sa-20140409-heartbleed

 

This page has the listing of the cisco products that are affected

 

The 3825 is not listed there.

 

It appears to be more of their UCS, and corporate router/firewall/gateway products.

Many of those, deal with direct SSL connections in/out of the router itself.  The 3825 doesnt have any SSL connections (you cant make a direct SSL connection to it externally, etc)

 

Rogers has already confirmed that their websites/servers do not use the OpenSSL.  Yahoo for the email, had already patched theirs.

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