"Multiple Vulnerabilities Plague Discontinued Netgear WNR614 Routers"

Redfox Security warns that discontinued Netgear WNR614 routers contain vulnerabilities that enable attackers to bypass authentication, intercept communications, and steal credentials. Six flaws were discovered in the Netgear WNR614 N300 router model running the latest available firmware version. The first flaw discovered by Redfox Security lets attackers bypass the device's authentication mechanism and access the administrative interface. The cybersecurity company points out that weak authentication enables Base64 credential cracking, potentially exposing the device and the local network to security risks. This article continues to discuss the discovery of vulnerabilities in discontinued Netgear WNR614 routers.

SecurityWeek reports "Multiple Vulnerabilities Plague Discontinued Netgear WNR614 Routers"

Submitted by grigby1

Submitted by grigby1 CPVI on