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Researcher warns about critical flaw in D-Link routers
A security flaw in D-Link's DIR-300 and DIR-600 routers could allow remote attackers to inject execute arbitrary shell commands via a simple POST request without being authenticated to the device or by tricking the routers' owners into sending the request themselves, warns security researcher Michael Messner.
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