CVE-2021-3512

  • Published Date: Wed 28 Apr 2021
  • Last Modified Date: Wed 28 Apr 2021

Improper access control vulnerability in Buffalo broadband routers (BHR-4GRV firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, DWR-HP-G300NH firmware Ver.1.83 and prior, HW-450HP-ZWE firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, WHR-300HP firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, WHR-300 firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, WHR-G301N firmware Ver.1.86 and prior, WHR-HP-G300N firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, WHR-HP-GN firmware Ver.1.86 and prior, WPL-05G300 firmware Ver.1.87 and prior, WZR-450HP-CWT firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, WZR-450HP-UB firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, WZR-HP-AG300H firmware Ver.1.75 and prior, WZR-HP-G300NH firmware Ver.1.83 and prior, WZR-HP-G301NH firmware Ver.1.83 and prior, WZR-HP-G302H firmware Ver.1.85 and prior, WZR-HP-G450H firmware Ver.1.89 and prior, WZR-300HP firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, WZR-450HP firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, WZR-600DHP firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, WZR-D1100H firmware Ver.1.99 and prior, FS-HP-G300N firmware Ver.3.32 and prior, FS-600DHP firmware Ver.3.38 and prior, FS-R600DHP firmware Ver.3.39 and prior, and FS-G300N firmware Ver.3.13 and prior) allows remote unauthenticated attackers to bypass access restriction and to start telnet service and execute arbitrary OS commands with root privileges via unspecified vectors.

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