[SecurityWeek] Vulnerability Affecting Routers From Many Vendors Exploited Days After Disclosure

Cybercriminals quickly started exploiting a vulnerability that affects routers and modems from many vendors that use the same underlying firmware.

On August 3, cybersecurity firm Tenable published a blog post describing a vulnerability affecting routers that use firmware from Arcadyan, a Taiwan-based provider of networking solutions.

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