ASUS routers could be reflashed with malware – patch now!

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The second bug relied on what’s known as cross-site scripting. That’s where a web server puts data that you originally provided, typically text, into a web page it sends back to you, but accidentally allows the text to include JavaScript commands. In other words, by putting booby-trapped JavaScript….