TP-Link M7350 multiple vulnerabilities

Overview :
Multiple security vulnerabilities in TP-Link M7350 devices
Affected Product(s) :
  • TP-Link M7350 devices through 1.0.16 Build 181220 Rel.1116n and previous versions
Vulnerability Details :
CVE ID : CVE-2019-13649
TP-Link M7350 devices through 1.0.16 Build 181220 Rel.1116n allow in the field “externalPort” an OS Command Injection
CVE ID : CVE-2019-13650
TP-Link M7350 devices through 1.0.16 Build 181220 Rel.1116n allow in the field “internalPort” an OS Command Injection
CVE ID : CVE-2019-13651
TP-Link M7350 devices through 1.0.16 Build 181220 Rel.1116n allow in the field “portMappingProtocol” an OS Command Injection
CVE ID : CVE-2019-13652
TP-Link M7350 devices through 1.0.16 Build 181220 Rel.1116n allow in the field “serviceName” an OS Command Injection
CVE ID : CVE-2019-13653
TP-Link M7350 devices through 1.0.16 Build 181220 Rel.1116n allow triggerPort OS Command Injection (issue 5 of 5)
Solution(s) :
Update TP-Link M7350 devices to the Latest Build

 

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