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DrayTeK Security Advisory: CSRF & DNS Attacks
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I have just received from DrayTeK the following Security Advisory which I thought I should share with other DrayTeK users:

Note: I thought it nice that DrayTeK actually take the time to contact register customers regarding a potential Security Concern


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Dear xxxxxx,

Please  be advised that we have become aware of a new attack affecting web  connected  devices,  including  DrayTek routers. You should urgently  check  your  router's  DNS  settings  and update its firmware (or any DrayTek router you look after).   For further details please see our advisory here:

https://www.draytek.co.uk/support/security-advisories/kb-advisory-csrf-and-dns-dhcp-web-attacks

There is no further information available at the present time.

Regards

DrayTek Security Team

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UK Sentinel
UK Sentinel


DrayTeK 130 Modem connected to Netgear XR500, ASUS RT-AC86U then connected to Netgear XR500 

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