back to article Citrix tells everyone not to worry too much about its latest security patches. NSA's former top hacker disagrees

Citrix has issued patches for 11 CVE-listed security vulnerabilities in its various networking products. The bundle includes fixes for one code injection bug, three information disclosure flaws, three elevation of privilege bugs, two cross-site scripting vulnerabilities, one denial-of-service hole, and one authorization-bypass …

  1. Richard 12 Silver badge
    Facepalm

    "No untrustworthy traffic"

    There's no such network.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: "No untrustworthy traffic"

      That's not true.

      For a small fee, me and my trusty wire cutters will secure any network you show me.

      For a small fee of course.

      1. Charlie Clark Silver badge

        Re: "No untrustworthy traffic"

        Including the wireless ones? ;-)

        1. WolfFan Silver badge

          Re: "No untrustworthy traffic"

          The wire clippers will cut antennas off...

          1. HildyJ Silver badge
            Devil

            Re: "No untrustworthy traffic"

            You forgot the epoxy to disable all the ports.

  2. HildyJ Silver badge
    FAIL

    Low bar

    "none of the bugs are as serious, or as easily exploited, as the infamous CVE-2019-19781 "Shitrix" vulnerability in December."

    That seems like a low bar that I don't find particularly reassuring. Sort of like saying that the coronavirus isn't as serious as the bubonic plague.

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