(Bloomberg) -- Juniper Networks Inc. shares fell for a third day after the maker of computer-networking equipment warned customers that it discovered unauthorized code in software that runs on some of its devices, leaving them vulnerable to “complete compromise” by remote cyber-attackers.

The stock tumbled 5 percent Monday, adding to losses at the end of last week following the disclosure. Juniper shares dropped $1.43 to $27.25 at the close in New York, bringing its three-day fall to 7.3 percent.

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