Release Asus tuf-ax5400 firmware version 3.0.0.4.386_46061 release

nickie

Regular Contributor
ASUS TUF-AX5400 Firmware version 3.0.0.4.386.46061
Security
- Fixed string format stacks vulnerability
- Fixed cross-site-scripting vulnerability
- Fixed informational vulnerability.
Thanks to Howard McGreehan.

-Fixed SQL injection vulnerability
-Fixed json file traversal vulnerability
-Fixed plc/port file traversal vulnerability
-Fixed stack overflow vulnerability
Thanks to HP of Cyber Kunlun Lab

-Fixed authenticated stored XSS vulnerability
Thanks to Luke Walker – SmartDCC

-Fixed LPD denial of service vulnerability
-Fixed cfgserver heap overflow vulnerability
-Fixed cfgserver denial of service vulnerability
Thanks to TianHe from BeFun Cyber Security Lab.

Added more ISP profile
Digi 1 - TM
Digi 2 - TIME
Digi 3 - Digi
Digi 4 - CTS
Digi 5 - ALLO
Digi 6 - SACOFA
Maxis - CTS
Maxis - SACOFA
Maxis - TNB/ALLO

Fixed AiMesh guest network issues.
Fixed DDNS issues where the WAN IP is IPv6
Fixed UI bugs in Administration --> feedback.
Fixed time zone error.
Improved the connection stability.

Please unzip the firmware file first then check the MD5 code.
MD5:879b7ad57dd05c07642b7dd3b2d46bc3
In my case I couldn't download via the router auto-update feature although there was a message of a new release. Had to install it manually using the Win XP version (there was no file in the Win 11 option)
 

John Fitzgerald

Senior Member
@RMerlin , this continues to show that the system in place regarding how updates are loaded by ASUS is broken. Why is a really dead OS like XP getting its info loaded first, instead of from the newest OS down.

I know you think it's fine, but it's not.
 

ColinTaylor

Part of the Furniture
@RMerlin , this continues to show that the system in place regarding how updates are loaded by ASUS is broken. Why is a really dead OS like XP getting its info loaded first, instead of from the newest OS down.

I know you think it's fine, but it's not.
This is a complete non-issue. It really doesn't matter if it takes an extra couple of hours for Asus to update all of it's web page entries in all of it's regions. FWIW it all appears to be up to date now.
 

John Fitzgerald

Senior Member
This is a complete non-issue. It really doesn't matter if it takes an extra couple of hours for Asus to update all of it's web page entries in all of it's regions. FWIW it all appears to be up to date now.

A push notification should not go out to the router when an update is not available, period.
ASUS is now auto pushing firmware releases and many have complained that this has cased them problems.

You don't put the cart before the horse. (a really old adage that still applies)

ASUS needs to fix this.
 

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