Broadband gear made by Advanced Digital Broadcast is being patched to fix three vulnerabilities rated critical.
Patches for three critical vulnerabilities impacting broadband gateways made by Advanced Digital Broadcast (ADB) have been released to the public, nearly two years after the bugs were first found. Issues range from a privilege escalation flaw, an authorization bypass vulnerability and a local jailbreak bug.
Switzerland-based ADB manufactures routers and modems for over two dozen broadband and communications firms globally. The company also counts North America’s third-largest ISP Cox Communication and Charter Communications as customers. Neither Cox nor Charter returned Threatpost inquiries on if or how many of their customers may have been impacted by the vulnerabilities.
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