ASUS has released updated firmware with cumulative security upgrades that address vulnerabilities in many router models, encouraging customers to update their devices as soon as possible or restrict WAN connectivity until they are secure. The newly issued software, according to the group, resolves nine security weaknesses, including a high and critical one.

This ASUS firmware- update should be taken seriously, as the company has been a target for cyberattacks before. One of the notable incident before were in March 2022, where Cyclops Blink malware targeted multiple ASUS router models to gain persistence and use them for remote access into a compromised network.

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