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XSS flaw in D-Link NAS devices allows attackers to mess with your data

Discussion in 'Help Net Security' started by RSS, Aug 29, 2016.

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    Security researcher Benjamin Daniel Mussler has unearthed an XSS flaw affecting seven D-Link NAS devices – a flaw which could allow attackers to access the devices and peruse and change the stored contents. He first found it in the firmware of D-Link DNS-320 rev A, a Network Storage Enclosure that allows users to access stored data via SMB and can be configured through a web interface. “The device’s administrative web interface contains a Stored Cross-Site … More →

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