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Re: Medium security hole affecting DSL-G624T
From: 3APA3A <3APA3A () SECURITY NNOV RU>
Date: Fri, 4 May 2007 02:19:55 +0400
Dear Tim Brown,
--Friday, May 4, 2007, 1:50:40 AM, you wrote to 3APA3A () security nnov ru:
TB> On Thursday 03 May 2007 22:13:15 3APA3A wrote:
This vulnerability for D-Link DSL-G624T was already reported by Jose
Ramon Palanco. See
TB> as I also point out in the Solutions section, all of the issues you list were
TB> against major version 1 of the firmware. We're now at major version 3 and
TB> directory traversal is still a problem.
Not exactly, read first link carefully:
Tested on D-Link DSL-G624T
Version: Firmware Version : V3.00B01T01.YA-C.20060616
Jose Ramon Palanco: jose.palanco(at)eazel(dot).es
These firmware date is even newer than yours :)
TB> know /entirely new/. It's not a short walk to the point where these two
TB> issues alone could be use to compromise devices, irrespective of the firmware
TB> issues you also link to.
Jose mentions both directory traversal and 3 examples of crossite
scripting. Crossite scripting examples are different from yours though
and require POST request. Your CSS is easier to exploit.
TB> Maybe, I'm hoping that by version 10 of the firmware in the year 2014, D-Link
TB> may actually manage to fix some of these reported problems? Moreover, maybe
TB> they'll actually make it possible for researchers to report these things in a
TB> manner whereby they actually respond to the reports when contacted. Not
TB> holding my breath though.
In fact, at least Russian D-Link support is very responsive to any bug
report, but it seems like only way to get a response is to post a
problem on their forum.
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