NETGEAR Routers Bug Let Attackers Compromise Network’s Security for Entire Organization

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NETGEAR Routers Bug Let Attackers Compromise Network’s Security for Entire Organization
The security analyst of Microsoft has claimed that the filesystem is a standard Linux root filesystem which is fine in itself but, it also contains some secondary additions, and ot only that even they have also mentioned some of the appropriate filesystems, here they are:-
/www – contains html pages and .gif pictures
/usr/sbin – contains various custom binaries by NETGEAR, including HTTPd, FTPC, and others
Fetching all the secrets saved in the device: In this stage, the experts try to recover the password and the user name which are managed by the router utilizing some other existing weaknesses. After trying some of the preliminary steps, the contents are DES-encrypted with a persistent key “NtgrBak”. In 79 Netgear router models last year the researchers found a zero-day vulnerability, enabling the threat actors to gain full command of vulnerable devices remotely.

Bottom Line is if you are using NETGEAR Router you need to go to their support website and get the fix

https://gbhackers.com/netgear-routers-bug/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=linkedin
 
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