Security Flaws Found in D-Link Devices

Researches have unearthed a large amount of security flaws in several D-Link storage products, including some that allow an attacker to bypass authentication.

The company has already released a firmware update to address some of the problems, following an independent assessment performed by Search Lab. According to the report, affected devices include the D-Link DNS-320, 320L, 326, 327L, 320B, 345, 325, and 322L, among others.