Asus Vulnerabilities


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Asus RT-AC86U12
Asus RT-AX56U10
Asus RT-AC320010
Asus RT-AC68U8

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Not Defined206

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Not Defined259

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Affected Products (193): A002 (1), A002_2 (1), AC68U (3), ADM (1), AISuite3 (1), ASMB8 iKVM (1), ASUS DSL-AC51 (1), ASUS WL-330gE (1), ASUS WL-500W (2), ASUS ZenWiFi AX (2), ASUS ZenWiFi XD6 (2), ATK (1), ATSZIO Driver (1), Armoury Crate (2), AsusWRT (7), Asuswrt-Merlin (2), Aura Sync (5), BIOS Flash Driver (1), BMC (35), CMAX6000 (1), Control Center (2), DSL-AC51 (2), DSL-AC52 (1), DSL-AC52U (3), DSL-AC55 (1), DSL-AC55U (3), DSL-AC56U (3), DSL-AC750 (3), DSL-N10P_C1 (1), DSL-N10S (3), DSL-N10_C1 (3), DSL-N10_D1 (1), DSL-N12E C1 (2), DSL-N12E_C1 (2), DSL-N12U C1 (2), DSL-N12U_C1 (1), DSL-N12U_D1 (1), DSL-N14U (3), DSL-N14U-B1 (5), DSL-N14U_B1 (1), DSL-N16 (3), DSL-N16P (1), DSL-N16U (3), DSL-N17U (4), DSL-N55U C1 (2), DSL-N55U D1 (2), DSL-N55U_C1 (1), DSL-N55U_D1 (1), DSL-N66U (3), Device Activation (1), Download Master (5), EC Tool Driver (1), ExpertWiFi (1), ExpertWiFi EBM63 (1), ExpertWiFi EBM68 (1), Fan_Xpert (1), GPU TweakII (1), GPUTweak II (2), GT-AC2900 (1), GT-AC5300 (5), GT-AX11000 (2), HG100 (7), IoT Control Center (1), Ipswcom Activex Component (1), Mini PC (1), MyASUS (1), NAS-M25 (1), P453UJ (1), Precision TouchPad (1), ROG Armoury Crate Lite (1), ROG Zephyrus M GM501GS (1), RP-AC52 (2), RT (1), RT-A88U (1), RT-AC (4), RT-AC51U (8), RT-AC52U (4), RT-AC52U B1 (1), RT-AC52U_B1 (1), RT-AC53 (7), RT-AC55U (5), RT-AC55UHP (1), RT-AC56S (2), RT-AC56U (5), RT-AC58U (7), RT-AC66U (7), RT-AC66U B1 (1), RT-AC66U_B1 (4), RT-AC67U (1), RT-AC68P (3), RT-AC68R (1), RT-AC68U (11), RT-AC86 (1), RT-AC86U (19), RT-AC87U (5), RT-AC88U (5), RT-AC88U Download Master (2), RT-AC1200 (5), RT-AC1200HP (1), RT-AC1750 (1), RT-AC1900 (1), RT-AC1900P (2), RT-AC2900 (2), RT-AC3100 (5), RT-AC3200 (10), RT-AC5300 (2), RT-ACRH13 (1), RT-AX55 (8), RT-AX56U (10), RT-AX56U V2 (4), RT-AX56U_V2 (2), RT-AX57 (6), RT-AX57 Go (1), RT-AX58U (5), RT-AX82U (5), RT-AX82U GUNDAM EDITION (2), RT-AX86 Series (1), RT-AX86S (1), RT-AX86S) (1), RT-AX86U (3), RT-AX86U ZAKU II EDITION (2), RT-AX88U (13), RT-AX92U (3), RT-AX3000 (6), RT-G32 (2), RT-N (4), RT-N10 (3), RT-N10+ (1), RT-N10E (4), RT-N10LX (6), RT-N10U (3), RT-N12 D1 (1), RT-N12+ (5), RT-N12+ B1 (3), RT-N12D1 (4), RT-N12E (1), RT-N12HP (4), RT-N12HP_B1 (4), RT-N14UHP (1), RT-N16 (4), RT-N18U (4), RT-N53 (2), RT-N56U (8), RT-N66U (6), RT-N66U Router (1), RT-N300 (4), RT-N600 (1), RT Router (2), RT_AC1200G (4), RT_AC1200GU (4), RT_N12+_PRO (4), Remote Console (1), Router (4), Rt-n56u (2), SABERTOOTH X99 Driver (1), ScreenPad2_Upgrade_Tool.msi (1), SmartLogon (1), System Control Interface (2), TM-AC1900 Router (1), TS-101 (3), TUF-AX5400 (2), TUF Gaming AX3000 (2), USB 3.0 Boost Storage Driver (1), UX360CA BIOS (1), Video Security Online (2), VivoMini (1), Vivobaby App (1), WL-330NUL (5), WL520g (1), WRT (1), WRT-AC66U 3 RT (1), WS-101 (3), WebStorage (1), X00K_1 (2), X00LD_3 (1), X015_1 (2), ZenFone 3 (1), ZenFone 3 Laser (1), ZenFone 3 Max (4), ZenFone 3 Ultra (2), ZenFone 3s Max (2), ZenFone 4 (1), ZenFone 4 Selfie (3), ZenFone 5 Lite (1), ZenFone 5 Selfie (1), ZenFone 5Q (3), ZenFone AR (1), ZenFone Live (1), ZenFone Max 4 (2), ZenWiFi AX (1), ZenWiFi XT8 (2), ZenWiFi XT8 V2 (2), Zenfone V Live (1)

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06/14/20249.89.6ASUS DSL-AC55 Firmware unrestricted uploadUnknownNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.000910.02CVE-2024-3912
06/14/20249.89.8ASUS ZenWiFi XT8 improper authenticationWireless LAN SoftwareNot DefinedNot Defined0.000910.30CVE-2024-3080
06/14/20243.63.6ASUS Download Master cross site scriptingUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000450.04CVE-2024-31159
06/14/20243.63.6ASUS Download Master cross site scriptingUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000450.03CVE-2024-31160
06/14/20247.27.2ASUS Download Master System Command stack-based overflowUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000470.03CVE-2024-31163
06/14/20247.27.2ASUS Download Master System Command os command injectionUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000520.03CVE-2024-31162
06/14/20247.27.2ASUS Download Master unrestricted uploadUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000500.03CVE-2024-31161
06/14/20247.27.2ASUS ZenWiFi XT8 stack-based overflowWireless LAN SoftwareNot DefinedNot Defined0.000430.02CVE-2024-3079
05/22/20245.55.3Asus GPU TweakII IOCTL Request IOMap64.sys Privilege EscalationUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000000.03CVE-2024-33223
05/22/20245.55.3Asus ATSZIO Driver IOCTL Request ATSZIO64.sys Privilege EscalationHardware Driver SoftwareNot DefinedNot Defined0.000000.03CVE-2024-33222
05/22/20245.55.3Asus BIOS Flash Driver IOCTL Request AsusBSItf.sys Privilege EscalationHardware Driver SoftwareNot DefinedNot Defined0.000000.07CVE-2024-33221
05/22/20245.55.3Asus AISuite3 IOCTL Request AslO3_64.sys Privilege EscalationUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000000.07CVE-2024-33220
05/22/20245.55.3Asus SABERTOOTH X99 Driver IOCTL Request AsIO64.sys Privilege EscalationHardware Driver SoftwareNot DefinedNot Defined0.000000.00CVE-2024-33219
05/22/20245.55.3Asus USB 3.0 Boost Storage Driver IOCTL Request AsUpIO64.sys Privilege EscalationHardware Driver SoftwareNot DefinedNot Defined0.000000.00CVE-2024-33218
05/20/20247.27.0Asus RT-AX3000 Custom OpenVPN Profile os command injectionWireless LAN SoftwareNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.000430.02CVE-2024-0401
05/06/20243.53.4Asus RT-AC51U cross site scriptingUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000430.05CVE-2023-33548
04/30/20243.33.3Asus RT-AC51U GET Request denial of serviceUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000430.00CVE-2023-31889
04/27/20245.55.3Asus Fan_Xpert DeviceIoControl Privilege EscalationUnknownNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.000430.00CVE-2024-30804
04/26/20246.86.8Asus RT-N12+ B1 UART Interface access controlUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000430.08CVE-2024-28326
04/26/20243.33.3Asus RT-N12+ B1 Setting cleartext storageUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000430.05CVE-2024-28327
04/26/20243.33.3Asus RT-N12+ B1 cleartext storageUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000430.00CVE-2024-28325
04/26/20245.55.5Asus RT-N12+ csv injectionUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000430.04CVE-2024-28328
04/15/20248.88.6Asus ExpertWiFi EBM63/ExpertWiFi EBM68/RT-AX57 Go Request os command injectionWireless LAN SoftwareNot DefinedOfficial Fix0.000430.04CVE-2024-1655
02/28/20246.56.5Asus AC68U Network Packet httpd null pointer dereferenceUnknownNot DefinedNot Defined0.000430.00CVE-2024-26342
01/19/20249.89.8ASUS Armoury Crate HTTP Request external referenceRust PackageNot DefinedNot Defined0.001480.04CVE-2023-5716

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