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Flaws in Ubee router can facilitate attacks on connected networks

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, Jun 7, 2016.

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    Researchers have discovered five critical vulnerabilities in Ubee EVW3226, a VoIP cable modem router used by operators across Europe, which can be exploited to compromise the device. “An attacker with root access to such a device can enable attacks on connected networks, such as administrative networks managed by the ISP or other cable modem users,” Manuel Hofer from the SEC Consult Vulnerability Lab pointed out in an advisory released last week. They have been sitting … More →

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