Another flaw not to be missed is the Misfortune Cookie from December 2014.Then, of course, there is WPS, the electronic equivalent of a "hack me" sign on your back.

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discovered a router exploit being weaponized for the first time in a botnet campaign ...

The weaponized bug introduced in Pure Masuta botnet is in the HNAP (Home Network Administration Protocol) which itself is based on the SOAP protocol.

It is possible to craft a SOAP query which can bypass authentication by using hxxp://purenetworks.com/HNAP1/Get Device Settings.

Also, it is feasible to run system commands (leading to arbitrary code execution) because of improper string handling.

Fixing bugs in a somewhat timely manner is good, but at some point you have to lose trust in their code base.

Plus, the Netgear bug descriptions (here and here) say nothing at all about the nature of the problem. Further proof that routers contain old software with known vulnerabilities Comprehensive Firmware Binary Scan Finds KRACK is "Tip of Iceberg" For Known Wi-Fi Security Vulnerabilities Press Release from Insignary February 6, 2018 In January 2016, the Wall Street Journal reported on home routers with old software containing known bugs - Rarely Patched Software Bugs in Home Routers Cripple Security.

Another flaw is in the same code that was reported buggy in 2015, the infosvr service which listens on LAN side UDP port 9999.

The buggy routers are the RT-AC88U, RT-AC3100, RT-AC86U, RT-AC68U and RT-AC66U.

Mikro Tik and Ubiquiti Routers defaced due to default passwords Tens of Thousands of Defaced Mikro Tik and Ubiquiti Routers Available Onlineby Catalin Cimpanu of Bleeping Computer January 10, 2018 If you don't change the default password, you get what you deserve.

It seems that, as a prank, someone has been changing the names of routers.

Asus has released patches as of version 3.0.0.4.384_10007.