RFC 8573: Why Trust in Time Matters for Your Network
Your network may use timestamps from a completely untrusted time source within an IP network. RFC 8573 shows how to overcome this.
Navigating the Next Leap Second
For 27th time since 1972, a leap second is confirmed for 2016. It will take place on December 31 and to ensure our customers have everything they need to know about this upcoming event, Cisco has published an Information Page on Cisco.com. Similar to a leap year, the leap second helps bring our tracking of […]
Cisco Identifies Multiple Vulnerabilities in Network Time Protocol daemon (ntpd)
Cisco is committed to improving the overall security of the products and services our customers rely on. As part of this commitment, Cisco assesses the security of software components used in our products. Open source software plays a key role in many Cisco products and as a result, ensuring the security of open source software […]
Revamping the MSE User Interface
As part of the WLC 8.0 release, we addressed customer comments and revamped the user interface (UI) for the MSE. We wanted to make it easier for customers using...