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Patch your MikroTik Router, Seriously

Security experts often sound like the worst stuck record ever. “Update your software,” “update your hardware,” “update your operating system,” are said verbatim and on repeat constantly. The reason for all the repetition is that users to do not follow this simple advice. Updates are seen as an inconvenience rather than a security essential. If you are the owner of a MikroTik router it is most certainly time to patch your router. Security researchers on Twitter, including Kira 2.0, sounded the warning sirens showing that nearly 12,000 MikroTik routers are currently infected with various malware strains. Researchers began investigating further and it was discovered that a known vulnerability in the firmware of MikroTik routers is potentially far more dangerous than previously believed. The vulnerability in question, CVE-2018-14847, is present in the Winbox administration utility of MikroTik's RouterOS. According to ...

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