Netcomm and TP-Link routers have been found to have security flaws, some of which might be exploited to execute code remotely. The vulnerabilities, identified as CVE-2022-4873 and CVE-2022-4874, affect Netcomm router models NF20MESH, NF20, and NL1902 running software versions earlier than R6B035. They involve an instance of stack-based buffer overflow and authentication bypass. The CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) stated in an advisory released on Tuesday that "the two vulnerabilities, when chained together, allows a remote, unauthenticated attacker to execute arbitrary code read the complete article Critical Security Vulnerabilities Discovered in Netcomm. For trending cybersecurity news follow, ReconBee.com and get updates regularly.