Owners of a number of Linksys small office/home office routers have been urged last week to update their device’s firmware in order patch two vulnerabilities, one of which could allow a remote, unauthenticated attacker to read or modify sensitive information on the router, and the other could allow a local attacker to read the device’s password file.
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