* The Belkin N300 (F7D7301v1) router
The Belkin N900 (F9K1104v1) and N300 (F7D7301v1) routers are susceptible to authentication bypass attacks. Any user with access to the web interface can execute administrative commands without providing a username or password. If remote management is enabled, this includes all users on the WAN. Administrators who have enabled remote management should disable it immediately. Even if remote management is not enabled, the Belkin N900 and N300 routers are susceptible to several CSRF attacks, which allow an attacker to forge HTML forms and execute actions on behalf of a legitimate user. ISE created a proof of concept that when executed by any user on the (W)LAN side of these routers (including an attacker who may reside on the (W)LAN), changes the administrator credentials and enables remote management services.