From the Ubiquiti website:
Version 7.2.2 (XC, WA) - Service Release (May 27, 2016)
From Ubiquiti's blog, for more info click here:
There have been several reports of infected airOS M devices over the last week. From the samples we have seen, there are 2 different payloads that uses the same exploit. We have confirmed these variations are using a known exploit that was reported and fixed last year.
This is an HTTP/HTTPS exploit that doesn't require authentication. Simply having a radio on outdated firmware and having it's http/https interface exposed to the Internet is enough to get infected. We are also recommending restricting all access to management interfaces via firewall filtering.
Devices running the following firmware are OK, but we recommend updating to 5.6.5 unless using legitimate rc. scripts. Users using legitimate rc.scripts should run 5.6.4 for the time being.
airMAX M (Including airRouter)
The following recipe is for one of my latest experiments. A sweet dessert wine with cinnamon and chillies. It is best to use a Hydrometer and measure the specific gravity to make sure you add the right amount of honey.
I recently bottled my chili mead at an alcohol percentage of around 13%. Now I will have to patiently wait a year.
Recipe. Makes around 25 liters:
Make sure all your equipment is properly cleaned. You will need a 25L fermenter with an airlock.
George Timmermans, Research Toolmaker, Software Engineer and Tinkerer