A bug that can be remotely exploited to create a Denial-of-Service (DoS) attack has been discovered in Juniper Network's JUNOS router software.
The glitch reportedly created problems for service providers last week in processing Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) traffic. It allowed malformed packets to induce "interface flapping," in which the interface of a network device is left going up and down repeatedly...
The affected JUNOS releases range from 7.3 to 8.4. It does not appear to affect JUNOS 8.5R1.
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