Vulnerabilities in Linksys Routers May Grant Attackers Full Control

Cisco Talos researcher Jared Rittle discovered three vulnerabilities in Linksys E Series routers that could allow a threat actor to execute arbitrary system commands. These vulnerabilities can be exploited by sending an authenticated HTTP request to the network configuration. Linksys E1200 and E2500, designed for small business and home office use, are among the vulnerable models. The NJCCIC recommends users and administrators of affected Linksys routers review the Cisco Talos post and update their device firmware to the latest patch levels. 

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