Security Advisory: Vigor 3900 / 2960 / 300B Remote code injection/execution vulnerability (CVE-2020-14472 / CVE-2020-15415)

 

CVE-2020-14472 / CVE-2020-15415

Priority: Critical

Product Models: Vigor 3900, Vigor 2960, Vigor 300B

Action Required : Update your firmware immediately to version 1.5.1.1 or later

DrayTek have become aware of a possible exploit of the Vigor 2960 / 3900 / 300B related to the WebUI. On 17th Jun 2020 we released an updated firmware to address this issue.

Necessary Action: Users of affected models should upgrade to 1.5.1.1 firmware or later as soon as possible.

Pre-upgrade Mitigation: You should upgrade firmware as soon as possible however if it is impossible to do this immediately, disable remote access to your device or use an ACL for remote access, then upgrade as soon as possible.

Firmware downloads are available from here (For UK/IE Region only).

If you have remote access enabled on your router, disable it if you don't need it, and use an access control list (ACL) if possible. An ACL is a preset whitelist of permitted remote IP addresses who can remotely administer your router, blocking anyone else.  Alternatively, permit remote administration only through a secure VPN or using VigorACS central management.

Update Mailing List (UK/Ireland)

UK/Ireland  users  should  subscribe  to our mailing-list in order to receive  timely  notifications  of  firmware  or critical updates like this and as a general rule of best practice, always keep all of your products firmware up top date and check for updates.


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