Millions of modems at risk of remote hijacking

Hundreds of millions of cable modems from various manufacturers may be susceptible to a critical vulnerability that can enable attackers to intercept people’s private messages or redirect their internet traffic, new research has found. Tracked as CVE-2019-19494 and nicknamed Cable Haunt, the vulnerability is estimated to have affected nearly all cable modems in Europe until recently, with many still remaining at risk.

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