back to article D-Link resolves enterprise switch hacker risk

D-Link has resolved an authentication bypass flaw in one of its enterprise switches. Flaws in the vendor's DGS-1510 enterprise switch kit, discovered by security researchers Varang Amin and Aditya Sood, were resolved with a firmware update (pdf advisory here). Left unresolved, the security bug can create an unauthenticated …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Woa...

    This article (and the announcement itself) just broke through the oxymoron warp barrier.

    Dlink + enterprise grade, dlink + resolves hacker risk. What's next? An announcement of a successful quantum transition into warp space by DLink?

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    D-Link, Enterprise?

    Sorry but those 2 words should not be near one another.

    1. kain preacher

      Re: D-Link, Enterprise?

      like matter and anti mater

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Facepalm

    D-Link enterprise switch authentication bypass flaw

    Who was it that tested this enterprise grade device for such flaws using the various diagnostic tools available to the current security researcher, and then passed it off as fit for purpose. Tell me they did perform a security audit on the device before releasing to market?

    1. kain preacher

      Re: D-Link enterprise switch authentication bypass flaw

      Testing? That's for chumps. Real men are able to working around flaws and exploding routers. real mean can put the magic smoke back in.

      Actually real professionals would never bu suck crap and will destroy it on sight.

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