Netgear is addressing ten vulnerabilities affecting nearly 80 of its products, including issues discovered at the Pwn2Own hacking competition.
Netgear is releasing security patches to address ten vulnerabilities affecting nearly 80 of its products. Some of the vulnerabilities were discovered during the Pwn2Own Tokyo 2019 hacking contest and reported through the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI). The researchers earned a total of $25,000 for reporting them.
Netgear published the list of impacted products, it includes routers, mobile routers, modems, gateways and extenders. Some of the products have reached end of life (EOL), this means that the vendor will not release security updates the fix for these flaws.