Multiple stack-based buffer overflows in TP-Link WR940N WiFi routers with hardware version 4 allow remote authenticated users to execute arbitrary code via the (1) ping_addr parameter to PingIframeRpm.htm or (2) dnsserver2 parameter to WanStaticIpV6CfgRpm.htm.
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Your weekend guide to computer security cockups
Roundup Here's your summary of infosec news – from router holes to Windows crashes – beyond what we've already covered this week.
Tim Carrington at Fidus Infosec went public on Thursday with not-so-new remote-code execution flaws in TPLink router firmware. We're told the security holes (CVE-2017-13772) were not only reported to TPLink in October 2017, but were vulnerabilities that the company had patched in older models, only for the bugs to resurface when the exploitable code was reus...