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D-Link DAP 1522 Hardcoded Telnet Credentials
No patch available.
D-Link DAP 1522 firmware and possibly other versions
The default configuration of the device permits logging into it via the telnet service with hardcoded credentials.
Yes, after successful login.
This vulnerability allows an attacker to bypass certain security restrictions on the system, allowing the attacker to gain unauthorized access to the system.
Disable telnet on affected devices. If telnet is required, block public access to the port used by the telnet service.
BeyondTrust's Retina® Network Security Scanner scans devices to detect for this vulnerability.
31711 - D-Link DAP 1522 Hardcoded Telnet Credentials (Zero-Day)
2013-11-27: Original Disclosure
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