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  • CVE-2021-45608 | NetUSB RCE Flaw in Millions of End User Routers

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    https://www.sentinelone.com/labs/cve-2021-45608-netusb-rce-flaw-in-millions-of-end-user-routers/

    Executive Summary

    SentinelLabs has discovered a high severity flaw in the KCodes NetUSB kernel module used by a large number of network device vendors and affecting millions of end user router devices.
    Attackers could remotely exploit this vulnerability to execute code in the kernel.
    SentinelLabs began the disclosure process on the 9th of September and the patch was sent to vendors on the 4th of October.
    At this time, SentinelOne has not discovered evidence of in-the-wild abuse…

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      And indeed my r7000 had a new firmware update and as always could not find it itself.

      🍻

      Just because you don't know where you are going doesn't mean any road will get you there.
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