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TheMoon Worm?

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Registered: 18-02-2013

TheMoon Worm?

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TimeRider
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Re: TheMoon Worm?

Thanks for this, doesn't affect me, but makes or interesting reading, and there will be customers of mine potentially vulnerable.
Do any UK ISP's issue this router currently?
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Registered: 18-02-2013

Re: TheMoon Worm?

I thought i'd just pass on the info, I suspect not on the question on isp supplied routers that i'm aware of. A bit more info here
http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9246392/There_s_now_an_exploit_for_TheMoon_worm_targeting_Lin... that shows a few more routers on the list.
The exploit also contains a list of Linksys routers that Rew believes might be vulnerable based on strings extracted from the original TheMoon malware. The list includes not only models from the Linksys E-Series, but also from the Wireless-N product line.The following models are listed: E4200, E3200, E3000, E2500, E2100L, E2000, E1550, E1500, E1200, E1000, E900, E300, WAG320N, WAP300N, WAP610N, WES610N, WET610N, WRT610N, WRT600N, WRT400N, WRT320N, WRT160N and WRT150N. However, Rew notes that the list might not be accurate or complete.
TORPC
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Re: TheMoon Worm?

Meake me wonder why these were like 99.9% of products produced are not properly checked tested
& when some are informed they dont deploy a upgrade etc by means of dismissing the facts & are then in complete denial, or take their time to get it sorted