Browsing Category: Vulnerabilities

GE Ethernet Switches Have Hard-Coded SSL Key

There is a hard-coded private SSL key present in a number of hardened, managed Ethernet switches made by GE and designed for use in industrial and transportation systems. Researchers discovered that an attacker could extract the key from the firmware remotely. The vulnerability exists in a number of GE Ethernet switches, including the GE Multilink[…]

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Root Command Execution Flaw Haunts ASUS Routers

There is a serious security vulnerability in the firmware of many ASUS routers that allows unauthenticated command execution. The bug may be present in all current versions of the router firmware, and there is an exploit published for it, as well. Security researchers Joshua Drake posted an advisory on the vulnerability on Thursday, detailing the bug[…]

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