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200,000 Cisco Network Switches Reportedly Hacked Over 200,000 Cisco network switches or Network Management Software worldwide were hacked Friday, apparently affecting large internet service providers and data centers across the world, especially in Iran, Russia, the United States, China, Europe and India, according to an Iranian government official. The impact of the attack, including data loss, is not yet clear.

It's also not yet clear who carried out the attack. Who's Responsible? But Motherboard reports that someone in control of an email address left in the note on affected machines told the publication: "We were tired of attacks from government-backed hackers on the United States and other countries." Tim Erlin, a vice president at Tripwire, notes: "If you take the reported motivations of the attackers at face value, then you have to view compromised devices in the U.S. as collateral damage. It wasn't their intent to target them, but the internet doesn't always have clear national borders." Avivah Litan, vice president at Gartner Research, offers insights on who might be responsible.

"Because the attack is so visible, it seems more like the work of anarchic hactivists like Anonymous, who make anarchistic political statements in a very visible way," she says. "My take is that the more visible the threat, the less dangerous it is. These guys seems like a bunch of crazy, over-the-top, angry amateur hackers trying to get global attention. I wouldn't look for much logic in their targets - other than they are designed to get them the most attention." Mounir Hahad, head of Juniper Threat Labs at Juniper Networks, adds: "This doesn't look like a serious cyberattack by a well-organized and funded threat actor [nation-state]. The vulnerability is severe enough to cause a lot of damage and implant a man-in-the-middle agent, but it doesn't look like the attacker took advantage of it.

I suspect this is the work of a hacktivist group with sympathy toward the U.S., which had no intention to inflict serious damage." Devices Targeted Iran's minister for communication and information technology, Mohammad Javad Azari-Jahromi, says in a statement: "The attack apparently affected 200,000 router switches across the world in a widespread attack, including 3,500 switches in our country."

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