How Many Times a Week?
I'm a little take aback. Haven't we been seeing Cisco patches a little too often? I have to say that for what is the dominant player in network infrastructure, this is more than a little discouraging.
Cisco admins, maybe you'd like to clear your Friday, because there's a fresh batch of critical-rated vulnerabilities to assess and patch as needed. The three worst bugs lie in Cisco's Prime Infrastructure and Digital Network Architecture (DNA) Center products, and are among 26 bugs disclosed this week. One of the critical- …
Constantly posting patches to plug software bugs created by its developers highlights a severe lack of attention to detail and lacking of a quality in-house testing regime. There are a lot of really awful devs out there and its only going to get worse with this drive to get more people into coding software.
Here's an idea, how about testing your code thoroughly before subjugating your end users into complete and utter despair. FFS sort your (software) houses out. They're all as bad as eachother, Microshit, CrApple, Cystco, the list is endless.
When software developers dont even know what their code is actually doing because the complexity is beyond their comprehension, then you know we're all in for a world of hell.
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