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Re: security hole in german Telekom T-Sinus 111
From: Christian Fromme <derfromme () gmx de>
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2004 20:13:07 +0100

Mailinglist <mllist () web de> wrote:

i stopped @ the T-Sinus 111 a wireless broadband router, labeled by
german Telekom.

This device has an integrated DSL Modem and the security bug is that
you can use the router as a modem every time.
Create on your machine a dialupconnection using the "T-Com DSL Adapter
software", the router will disconnect from carrier and the User can dialup.
This allready works with empty settings on the device ...
I think everyone who uses this device is vulnerable for DSL dialer
tools (and DSL by call used by a worker) and at a small company network the connection could always
beeing disconntected.

Very interesting! Please keep us updated on this topic.

Christian Fromme

EMail: derfromme at gmx.de
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