Zyxel Fixes Vulnerabilities in NAS Devices

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Lately, Zyxel issued a security advisory informing its users about the new security vulnerability affecting three of their Network Attached Storage devices. High severity security vulnerability with a 9.8 CVSS v3 score has been tracked on the vulnerability CVE-2022-34747.

Security researcher Shaposhnikov llya reported this vulnerability a few months back in June.

Zyxel’s security advisory states that a vulnerability was discovered in the binary of a few Zyxel NAS products allowing threat actors to successfully perform unauthorized remote code executed with the help of a UDP packet. Following investigations, vulnerability issue was found in the following models:

  • NAS326: V5.21(AAZF.11)C0 and earlier
  • NAS540: V5.21(AATB.8)C0 and earlier
  • NAS542: V5.21(ABAG.8)C0 and earlier

Meanwhile, Zyxel has advised its users to install the patch update as soon as possible. Users can download the latest firmware from the company’s official website.

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