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  • Malicious router implants open permanent entry points into target networks

    15.09.2015

    FireEye researchers have discovered 14 Cisco routers in India, Mexico, Philippines and Ukraine that have been implanted with malware that allows attackers to gain and keep access to the target organization's networks.

  • 0-days found in widely used Belkin router, fixes still unavailable

    02.09.2015

    CERT/CC has issued a warning about the existence of several serious zero-day vulnerabilities affecting the popular Belkin N600 routers, and has offered advice on how users can protect themselves until Belkin comes out with fixes (they have been notified of the vulnerabilities in July).

  • Bug in NetUSB code opens networking devices to remote code execution

    20.05.2015

    Researchers from SEC Consult have published details of a critical kernel stack buffer overflow vulnerability in NetUSB, a software component that provides "USB over IP" functionality and is included in most recent firmware versions of many TP-Link, Netgear, Trendnet, and Zyxel networking devices.

  • Critical vulnerability in RealTek SDK breaks routers' security

    30.04.2015

    A critical vulnerability in version 1.3 of the RealTek software development kit (SDK) has opened hole in D-Link and Trendnet Wi-Fi routers - and possibly many others, as well - which can be exploited by attackers to execute arbitrary code on the devices.

  • D-Link's failed patch for DIR-890L router adds a new hole

    17.04.2015

    Prolific hacker Craig Heffner, who has a particular interest in hacking embedded devices, has recently documented the existence of a command injection bug in the firmware of D-Link's DIR-890L router.




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