Clearly they've just been propagated when then router and IOS get upgraded.
My question is should we remove all the old workarounds, and how often do people audit their configs?
Anything after 12.3 is not vulnerable, so it could safely be removed, but then it doesn't really hurt to leave them since we aren't expecting any of those protocols to be coming from the internet. There is always the possibility that someone will just copy it to a router with an older vulnerable IOS.
Obviously there will be a small amount of additional processing overhead on the acl too.
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