May 14, 2024, 10:58 a.m. | Dhivya

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A severe security vulnerability has been identified in the Linksys EA7500 routers, specifically affecting the model’s firmware across all versions, including the latest Ver.3.0.1.207964. This flaw, if exploited, allows attackers with network adjacency to execute arbitrary code on the device without requiring authentication, posing a significant risk to users’ network security. CVE-2023-46012: Remote Code Execution […]


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