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Re: Fixed IOS datestamps?
Scott Call writes: > I started collecting the new IOS files for tonight's reboot of the > Internet, and I had a quick question. > > The datestamps on a lot of the maintainence releases are months old, and > I just want to make sure I'm getting the right stuff, as they say, so we > don't have to do this dance again tomorrow. > > For example, 12.0S users are recommended to go to 12.0(25)S, which at > least for the GSR is dated April 14, 2003. > > Do I have the right build of 12.0(25)S or will there be one with a date > closer to the revelation of the exploit showing up on the cisco FTP site? I just checked the source code. 12.0(25)S does indeed have the fix. Jim == Jim Duncan, Critical Infrastructure Assurance Group, Cisco Systems, Inc. [email protected], +1 919 392 6209, http://www.cisco.com/go/ciag/. PGP: DSS 4096/1024 E09E EA55 DA28 1399 75EB D6A2 7092 9A9C 6DC3 1821