I believe you'll find that if you substitute 'public' in
the place of 'customer' in the URL's below, you don't need
an account to view them.
At 09:25 PM 07/08/97 -0400, Bill Stout wrote:
>Breaking Cisco router passwords:
>These URLs require username/password access(via support contract), though
>typically support sites usually give out passwords ending in *'vip' to make
>the customer feel good. Bad practice. :(
>If you have a support contract, you can subscribe to e-mail bug alerts which
>contain security issues as well.
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