Tuesday, March 23, 2021

CVE-2021-29073

Description

Certain NETGEAR devices are affected by a stack-based buffer overflow by an authenticated user. This affects R8000P before 1.4.1.66, MK62 before 1.0.6.110, MR60 before 1.0.6.110, MS60 before 1.0.6.110, R7960P before 1.4.1.66, R7900P before 1.4.1.66, RAX15 before 1.0.2.82, RAX20 before 1.0.2.82, RAX45 before 1.0.2.72, RAX50 before 1.0.2.72, RAX75 before 1.0.3.106, RAX80 before 1.0.3.106, and RAX200 before 1.0.3.106.

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Resourcehttps://kb.netgear.com/000063013/Security-Advisory-for-Post-Authentication-Stack-Overflow-on-Some-Routers-and-WiFi-Systems-PSV-2020-0212
 

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