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D-Link Warns of Vulnerable Routers

January 18th, 2010 01:53 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

wiedzmin sends in news of a vulnerability in some D-Link home routers. The company has made new firmware available for download. “D-Link announced today that the problem, discovered by security researchers SourceSec, affects three of its wireless routers: DIR-855 (hardware version A2), DIR-655 (versions A1 to A4), and DIR-635 (version B). The problem lies in D-Link’s implementation of Cisco’s Home Network Administration Protocol, which allows remote router configuration. The scope of the vulnerability is greatly reduced by the fact that these router models were not shipped with the affected firmware by default, so only customers who updated their firmware are potentially affected. Or at least this was indicated in the company’s response to the SourceSac claim that all D-Link routers sold since 2006 were affected.” SourceSec apparently made their research available, including an exploitation tool, without ever contacting D-Link.

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