RSS   Vulnerabilities for 'Dir-850l firmware'   RSS

2017-12-15
 
CVE-2017-3193

CWE-119
 

 
Multiple D-Link devices including the DIR-850L firmware versions 1.14B07 and 2.07.B05 contain a stack-based buffer overflow vulnerability in the web administration interface HNAP service.

 
2017-09-13
 
CVE-2017-14430

 

 
D-Link DIR-850L REV. A (with firmware through FW114WWb07_h2ab_beta1) and REV. B (with firmware through FW208WWb02) devices allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service (daemon crash) via crafted LAN traffic.

 
 
CVE-2017-14429

 

 
The DHCP client on D-Link DIR-850L REV. A (with firmware through FW114WWb07_h2ab_beta1) and REV. B (with firmware through FW208WWb02) devices allows unauthenticated remote code execution as root because /etc/services/INET/inet_ipv4.php mishandles shell metacharacters, affecting generated files such as WAN-1-udhcpc.sh.

 
 
CVE-2017-14428

 

 
D-Link DIR-850L REV. A (with firmware through FW114WWb07_h2ab_beta1) and REV. B (with firmware through FW208WWb02) devices have 0666 /var/run/hostapd* permissions.

 
 
CVE-2017-14427

 

 
D-Link DIR-850L REV. A (with firmware through FW114WWb07_h2ab_beta1) and REV. B (with firmware through FW208WWb02) devices have 0666 /var/run/storage_account_root permissions.

 
 
CVE-2017-14426

 

 
D-Link DIR-850L REV. A (with firmware through FW114WWb07_h2ab_beta1) and REV. B (with firmware through FW208WWb02) devices have 0644 /var/etc/shadow (aka the /etc/shadow symlink target) permissions.

 
 
CVE-2017-14425

 

 
D-Link DIR-850L REV. A (with firmware through FW114WWb07_h2ab_beta1) and REV. B (with firmware through FW208WWb02) devices have 0666 /var/etc/hnapasswd permissions.

 
 
CVE-2017-14424

 

 
D-Link DIR-850L REV. A (with firmware through FW114WWb07_h2ab_beta1) and REV. B (with firmware through FW208WWb02) devices have 0666 /var/passwd permissions.

 
 
CVE-2017-14423

 

 
htdocs/parentalcontrols/bind.php on D-Link DIR-850L REV. A (with firmware through FW114WWb07_h2ab_beta1) devices does not prevent unauthenticated nonce-guessing attacks, which makes it easier for remote attackers to change the DNS configuration via a series of requests.

 
 
CVE-2017-14422

 

 
D-Link DIR-850L REV. A (with firmware through FW114WWb07_h2ab_beta1) and REV. B (with firmware through FW208WWb02) devices use the same hardcoded /etc/stunnel.key private key across different customers' installations, which allows remote attackers to defeat the HTTPS cryptographic protection mechanisms by leveraging knowledge of this key from another installation.

 


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