Due to a serious flaw that has been discovered to affect hundreds of thousands of DrayTek Vigor routers, (SMBs) could be vulnerable to attacks.
Nearly 30 DrayTek Vigor router models used by many SMBs are affected by the security flaw, which was found by researchers at threat detection and response company Trellix. The problem was first identified in a Vigor 3910 device, but it also affects other models that share the same codebase. Less than 30 days after becoming aware of the vulnerability, the Taiwan-based vendor released firmware updates to fix it.
The vulnerability, identified as CVE-2022-32548, could give a remote, unauthenticated attacker full control of a vulnerable device and the ability to execute arbitrary code.
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