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Anatomy of an exploit - Linksys router remote password change hole
A security researcher from San Jose in California has published a how-to guide detailing a number of vulnerabilities in various Linksys routers.
Phil Purviance, who goes by the handle of SUPER.EVR (EVR stands for Exploitation Vulnerability Research), reported the holes privately on 05 March 2013:
Hello Cisco PSIRT, I would like to report several vulnerabilities in Linksys network equipment. A public advisory regarding these issues may be released 30 days after sending this report.
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