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Researchers Found Over 100 Vulnerabilities in Popular Router and NAS Devices, Affecting Millions of Users

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Independent Security Evaluators (ISE) says an examination of today’s popular routers and NAS products, offered by vendors including Belkin, TP-Link, Asus, and Linksys, has revealed 125 vulnerabilities.

The cybersecurity researchers say “millions” of end-user devices are impacted by the findings.

In 12 out of 13 devices, ISE managed to exploit the routers and NAS devices to obtain remote, root access.

Vulnerabilities found included buffer overflow issues, cross-site scripting (XSS) errors, command injection security flaws, XSS request forgery, and SQL injection problems.

Curated from ZDNet

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