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D-Link DIR-615 "apply.cgi" Security Bypass
29 December 2009
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D-Link DIR-615 is an Ethernet broadband router. D-Link DIR-615 is is exposed to a security bypass issue that occurs because the device allows unrestricted access to the "apply.cgi" script. This will allow attackers to change the administrator's password, disable wireless security, and change other router settings.

Ref: http://www.hiredhacker.com/2009/12/15/d-link-dir-615-remote-exploit/

09.52.92 - CVE: Not Available
Platform: Network Device


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