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A vulnerability in NETGEAR AFPD, Apple Filing Protocol daemon, process allows LAN side attackers to cause the product to overflow a buffer due to a pre-auth vulnerability.
A heap-buffer overflow in afpdʼs dsi_writeinit is leveraged to overwrite the proto_close function pointer in the DSI struct, and execute arbitrary code on the NETGEAR R7800 Smart Router, in the default configuration, on the LAN side, pre-auth.
An independent security researcher has reported this to the SSD Secure Disclosure program.
NETGEAR R7800 (V220.127.116.11)