[SecurityWeek] Old Vulnerability Exploited to Hack, Wipe WD Storage Devices

Many owners of My Book Live and My Book Live Duo network-attached storage (NAS) devices made by Western Digital (WD) reported having their files wiped, and it seems that it’s the result of an attack exploiting an old vulnerability.

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