[HackerNews] Microsoft Discloses Critical Bugs Allowing Takeover of NETGEAR Routers

Cybersecurity researchers have detailed critical security vulnerabilities affecting NETGEAR DGN2200v1 series routers, which they say could be reliably abused as a jumping-off point to compromise a network’s security and gain unfettered access.
The three HTTPd authentication security weaknesses (CVSS scores: 7.1 – 9.4) impact routers running firmware versions prior to v1.0.0.60, and have since

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