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D-Link DIR-850L REV. A (with firmware through FW114WWb07_h2ab_beta1) and REV. B (with firmware through FW208WWb02) devices allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (daemon crash) via crafted LAN traffic.
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Cross Site Scripting (XSS) exists on the D-Link DIR-600M C1 3.01 via the SSID or the name of a user account.
diag_ping.cmd on D-Link DSL-2640U devices with firmware IM_1.00 and ME_1.00, and DSL-2540U devices with firmware ME_1.00, allows authenticated remote attackers to execute arbitrary OS commands via shell metacharacters in the ipaddr field of an HTTP G...
Multiple D-Link devices including the DIR-850L firmware versions 1.14B07 and 2.07.B05 contain a stack-based buffer overflow vulnerability in the web administration interface HNAP service.
D-Link DIR-130 firmware version 1.23 and DIR-330 firmware version 1.12 do not sufficiently protect administrator credentials. The tools_admin.asp page discloses the administrator password in base64 encoding in the returned web page. A remote attacker...
D-Link DIR-130 firmware version 1.23 and DIR-330 firmware version 1.12 are vulnerable to authentication bypass of the remote login page. A remote attacker that can access the remote management login page can manipulate the POST request in such a mann...
D-Link DSL-2740E 1.00_BG_20150720 devices are prone to persistent XSS attacks in the username and password fields: a remote unauthenticated user may craft logins and passwords with script tags in them. Because there is no sanitization in the input fi...
D-Link DGS-1500 Ax devices before 2.51B021 have a hardcoded password, which allows remote attackers to obtain shell access.
The ping tool in multiple D-Link and TRENDnet devices allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via the ping_addr parameter to ping.ccp.
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