Security Advisory for Post-Authentication Command Injection on Some Routers and Gateways, PSV-2018-0352
Associated CVE IDs: None
NETGEAR has released fixes for a post-authentication command injection security vulnerability on the following product models:
NETGEAR strongly recommends that you download the latest firmware as soon as possible.
To download the latest firmware for your NETGEAR product:
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The post-authentication command injection vulnerability remains if you do not complete all recommended steps. NETGEAR is not responsible for any consequences that could have been avoided by following the recommendations in this notification.
Common Vulnerability Scoring System
CVSS v3 Rating: High
CVSS v3 Score: 8
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