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CVE-2020-9376 Scanner

Detects 'Information Disclosure' vulnerability in D-Link DIR-610 affects v. Unknown.

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The D-Link DIR-610 device is a wireless router designed to provide internet connectivity to its users. It is a compact and portable device that allows users to connect multiple devices to the internet simultaneously. D-Link DIR-610 is mainly used in homes, small offices as well as remote and mobile settings.

Recently, a vulnerability was detected in the D-Link DIR-610 device. The CVE-2020-9376 vulnerability is an Information Disclosure vulnerability that allows an attacker to gain access to sensitive information by sending a malicious request through SERVICES=DEVICE.ACCOUNT%0AAUTHORIZED_GROUP=1 to the getcfg.php file. This vulnerability only affects products that are no longer supported by the maintainer, increasing the chances that many devices are at risk.

If exploited, the CVE-2020-9376 vulnerability can lead to a severe data breach. The attacker can gain access to usernames, passwords, and other sensitive information of the device's users. This information can be used to access the network, steal sensitive data, or launch more sophisticated attacks. The result can be devastating, especially in businesses or organizations where several devices are connected to the network.

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