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Linux-Based SLUG Spawns Highly Hackable NAS

Sep 08, 2007, 16:00 (2 Talkback[s])

"Cisco's consumer products division is shipping a successor to the Linux-based NSLU2 (aka 'SLUG') consumer NAS (network-attached storage) appliance, one of the most-hacked devices ever. The NAS200 has room for two internal SATA drives, supports FAT32-formatted external USB 2.0 drives, and comes with UPnP media-sharing software.

"As delivered out of the box, the NAS200 appears to be a very simple consumer device aimed at Windows PC users, or at least users with SMB-based networks..."

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