D-Link has released a firmware update to fix three out of six security vulnerabilities reported for the DIR-865L wireless router model for consumers. One flaw is rated critical, others are high-severity.
Attackers can use the bugs to execute arbitrary commands, steal sensitive information, upload malware, or delete data.
D-Link’s DIR-865L was released in 2012 and is no longer supported for U.S. consumers but its status on localized pages for European countries is End of Sale. This means that the product can no longer be purchased but it is still supported by the vendor.
Source: Bleeping Computer