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    Router vulnerabilities of the week

    53 issues were found in D-Link products and 22 in SOHO routers.
    I am wondering if the 3rd party firmwares for routers are any safer.
    David

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    Good question...

    A lot of firmware uses KCodes, which was the source of the NetUSB flaw earlier last month...

    http://blog.sec-consult.com/2015/05/...taiwanese.html

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    Sorry I did not catch that this was the same flaw.
    David

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    They are talking about multiple flaws.

    So far, only one D-Link router (DIR-685) was found to be vulnerable to KCodes NetUSB...

    http://securityadvisories.dlink.com/...?name=SAP10057

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    3rd party firmware as in DD-WRT?

    cheers, Paul

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