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Re: [Bulk] Re: D-Link DSL routers authentication bypass
From: Francesco Orro <francesco.orro () akhela com>
Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 12:51:58 +0200

I found this vulnerability for my job last March. I immediately tried to contact D-Link since i didn't trust the e-mail for ordinary technical support. At the beginning of May I managed to submit to D-Link the vulnerability and I received an answer as you find in the advisory.

Bye
Francesco Orro


Luis Peralta wrote:
On 5/19/05, Francesco Orro <francesco.orro () akhela com> wrote:

====================== SUMMARY ========================

 Title: D-Link DSL routers authentication bypass
 Date: 19 May 2005
 Author: Francesco Orro <francesco.orro 4t akhela.com>


=================== DISCLOSURE HISTORY =====================

2 May 2005 - First private release of this advisory;
4 May 2005 - The vendor (D-Link Mediterraneo S.r.l.) has been informed
 of the vulnerability;
5 May 2005 - The vendor replid that the problem was resolved on
 firmware version V1.00B02T02.EU.20040610, but has been
 demostrated that this version is vulnerable too;
19 May 2005 - Public release of this advisory.


Hi,

 I notified D-Link (soporte () dlink es) about this issue (I only checked
it on G604T models) on April 11th. The bug does not only allow to
download the configuration file, but to completely trojanize the
device by means of custom firmware uploading. I gave D-Link a two
month grace period to fix the issue.

 Regards,
--
Luis Peralta
http://spisa.act.uji.es/~peralta

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