Vulnerability leads CERT to advise against using Netgear routers

Chris Merriman
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Malicious weblink can allow hackers onto the network

A number of Netgear routers have a security vulnerability which can be triggered by a malicious weblink from one machine on the network allowing a code injection allowing access to every attached device,...

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