Recently, there has been a resurgence of attacks on MikroTik RouterOS devices (articles
using multiple vulnerabilities that were fixed in April 2018 (release 6.42.1), but also falling
back to some older vulnerabilities.
These new attacks primarily use an exploit in Winbox (one of MikroTiks management interfaces), to gain control of the router, and perform various malicious tasks.
In this article, we will use Unimus to check if any of your routers are compromised across your whole network. We will also look into how to use Unimus to both audit and fix potential security holes for old and new MikroTik exploits alike.Read more
Last week, we released Unimus 1.7.0.
The biggest part of this release was our new Network Automation / Mass Config Push feature.
This release marks a huge milestone for Unimus, and in this article, we would like to tell you more about it!
This article will mostly focus on Network Automation, since this is the biggest, and the most interesting feature in this release.Read more
Recently, MikroTik has had a series of painful vulnerabilities. More details can be found
But MikroTik is not alone in this. Cisco also recently had a bad ASA vulnerability (info here), and just last year Ubiquiti had a massive exploit which brought down many networks around the world (more details).
This article will focus on MikroTik - we will show you how you can do a network wide mass upgade of RouterOS using Unimus, and the RouterOS Package Source feature. What's even better, doing the entire upgrade process (including setup of Unimus and RouterOS Package Source) can be done in under an hour.Read more