I'm a Cisco employee. I can't really say much here because I haven't been cleared to, but let me address a few concerns:
1) To the very best of my ability to determine, there are no known vulnerabilities in the remote management portion of the software. That last link is pretty damned disingenuous given its utter lack of anything but a spurious claim, and I hope that everyone takes it with a pretty huge grain of salt.
4) People inside the company care. I will refrain from expressing my opinion - sorry about that.
What I hate: corporate spokespeople saying something like "Oh it's really not that bad. I can't tell you why but it's not. Trust me on this." When I hear that, I substitute it mentally with "BLAH BLAH SMOKESCREEN."
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