A researcher disclosed vulnerabilities in TP-Link C2 and C20i routers that allow for remote code execution and denial-of-service attacks with authentication.
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Some Netgear routers can be remotely controlled by booby-trapped web pages. Here’s how to deal with the problem.
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Command injection made easy: you can simply append a system command to a certain router URL…and the router will run it for you.
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Akamai calls this one “SSHowDowN”, which is shorthand for “DON’T SET DEFAULT PASSWORDS BECAUSE EVERYBODY KNOWS WHAT THEY ARE.”
Posted in #CyberAware, DDoS, Denial of Service, IoT, NCSAM, router, ssh, Vulnerability | Comments (0)
Router company D-Link has patched two separate vulnerabilities in its firmware that could be exploited remotely and lead to takeover and arbitrary code execution. Routers under the DCS-93xl umbrella, including the DCS-930L, DCS-931L, DCS-932L, and DCS-933L models, contain a hole that enabled remote authenticated attackers to upload their own files – in the location of […]
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D-Link has taken action over three serious vulnerabilities discovered in several of its home routers, and it’s promising more fixes next week.
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