CISCO bungled patches to RV320/RV325 leaving routers still exposed to hacks.
Cisco bungled RV320/RV325 patches, routers still exposed to hackshttps://t.co/t4QyGvra7A pic.twitter.com/2N1pvtnNnL
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Expert Comments Below:
Eoin Keary, CEO and Co-founder at edgescan:
“It would be prudent to ask why one would expose an administration web interface to any untrusted networks or the public Internet. A very common avenue of attack is to simply attack the administration console, be it default passwords or exploitation of a vulnerability in the web interface. Administration consoles should only be accessible from a trusted network or network range, this can be easily done via a firewall rule.”