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Flaws in Huawei WiMax routers won't be fixed, researcher says

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    Huawei isn't planning on patching several flaws in seven models of WiMax routers that are not being supported anymore by the company, according to a security researcher.

    Pierre Kim published a list of the affected models, which are still used in countries including Ivory Coast, Iran, Iraq, Libya, the Philippines, Bahrain and Ukraine.

    Kim notified Huawei of the problem on Oct. 28. He wrote that Huawei said the routers are no longer serviced by the company and would not be patched.

    The routers include the EchoLife BM626 WiMax CPE and associated models running the same firmware including the BM626e, BM635, BM632, BM631a, BM632w and the BM652.

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