ZyXEL WAC6503D-S AP

Platform Information http://www.zyxelguard.com/WAC6503D-S.asp
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Wired Connection Yes
Wireless Connection Yes
Fingerprinting Source MAC OUI NIC VENDOR SNMP Dssc HOSTNAME HTTPS
Added at Aug 13, 2019
Manufacturer Name Zyxel Communications Corp
Homepage https://www.zyxel.com/index.shtml
Headquarters Taiwan
Business Status Ongoing

Platform’s Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
CVE-ID
Severity v3.0
Severity v2.0
Description
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Manufacturer’s Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
CVE-ID
Severity v3.0
Severity v2.0
Description
CVE-2017-15226
10/10/2017
CRITICAL
HIGH
Zyxel NBG6716 V1.00(AAKG.9)C0 devices allow command injection in the ozkerz component because beginIndex and endIndex are used directly in a popen call.
CVE-2015-7256
09/28/2017
MEDIUM
MEDIUM
ZyXEL NWA1100-N, NWA1100-NH, NWA1121-NI, NWA1123-AC, and NWA1123-NI access points; P-660HN-51, P-663HN-51, VMG1312-B10A, VMG1312-B30A, VMG1312-B30B, VMG4380-B10A, VMG8324-B10A, VMG8924-B10A, VMG8924-B30A, and VSG1435-B101 DSL CPEs; PMG5318-B20A GPONs; SBG3300-N000, SBG3300-NB00, and SBG3500-N000 small business gateways; GS1900-8 and GS1900-24 switches; and C1000Z, Q1000, FR1000Z, and P8702N project models use non-unique X.509 certificates and SSH host keys.
CVE-2016-10401
07/25/2017
HIGH
HIGH
ZyXEL PK5001Z devices have zyad5001 as the su password, which makes it easier for remote attackers to obtain root access if a non-root account password is known (or a non-root default account exists within an ISP's deployment of these devices).
CVE-2017-3216
06/20/2017
CRITICAL
HIGH
WiMAX routers based on the MediaTek SDK (libmtk) that use a custom httpd plugin are vulnerable to an authentication bypass allowing a remote, unauthenticated attacker to gain administrator access to the device by performing an administrator password change on the device via a crafted POST request.
CVE-2017-7964
04/19/2017
CRITICAL
HIGH
Zyxel WRE6505 devices have a default TELNET password of 1234 for the root and admin accounts, which makes it easier for remote attackers to conduct DNS hijacking attacks by reconfiguring the built-in dnshijacker process.