Novatel MiFi router hacked

A security researcher has discovered a way to hack the popular Novatel MiFi 3G router to enable an attacker to gain control of the device and access the GPS location of the device without the hack becoming immediately noticeable to the end user. Adam Baldwin found a way to attack the device without authentication via a malicious page to modify the settings of the device, possibly disabling the security or locking out the owner of the router. Article

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