For some older models of Cisco products, the company said “no fixes will be made available.”
This sort of thing annoys the hell out of me. Cisco (and many other companies) sell a product, then abandon it, leaving users few options.
Yes, users should upgrade hardware, firmware as often as possible; but, how about OEMs standing by their products and helping to ensure consumer confidence and trust (and keeping users safe)?
I know, I know... 'Cost, blah, blah, blah.'
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I want to know Ricardo Rosselló's grade. For real.
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Remember, "act accordingly"!
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You know this administration's crap when even W denounces it.
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