MikroTik routers with default credentials can be easily compromised

October 8, 2018

If you own a MikroTik router and you haven’t updated its RouterOS in the last month, you should do so now: Tenable Research has released details about four vulnerabilities they found in the OS, including an authenticated remote code execution flaw that can be leveraged against routers with default credentials.

MikroTik routers vulnerabilities

MikroTik is headquartered in Riga, Latvia, and routers they manufacture are used by ISPs providers across the world.

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