Router manufacturer D-Link admitted Friday that some of its routers have a
vulnerability that could allow hackers access to a device’s administrative
settings, but it has issued patches.

According to a Jan. 9 blog post from SourceSec Security Research, some D-Link
routers have an insecure implementation of the Home Network Administration
Protocol (HNAP), which could allow an unauthorized person to change a router’s
settings.

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