CVE-2014-9583 Vulnerability Fixed for Numerous ASUS Devices – View Router List

I'm on one of the ones who needs to check as I brought up a second LAN in the house moving all the day-to-day devices (DVR's, etc...) to this new network alleviating a lot of the day-to-day to that network. I have to say, it's working out really well!

Today, ASUS has announced the availability of several new firmware update packages targeted at a huge number of its wireless routers, which fix the infosvr security issue (CVE-2014-9583 vulnerability) that didn’t allow common.c to properly check a MAC address for a request.

It was highlighted that many ASUS devices were affected by this CVE ID (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures), and after resolving this issue for a part of them yesterday, the producer has now rolled out the fix for quite all models.

Specifically speaking, ASUS has provided firmware for its DSL-N10, N10 B1, N12U, and N12U B1 devices, and versions and for all RT-AC87 and RT-AC68 router models, respectively.

In addition to that, the producer has also made available firmware build compatible with a large number of Wireless-N and -AC units, as described by the download links below.

Read more... see if you need to get the new firmware.

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