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The Belkin WeMo Home Automation firmware before 3949 has a hardcoded key, which makes it easier for remote attackers to spoof firmware updates and execute arbitrary code via crafted signed data.
See advisories in our WLB2 database:
Belkin WeMo Home Automation firmware 3948 XML injection
Wemo home automation firmware
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Stack-based Buffer Overflow vulnerability in libUPnPHndlr.so in Belkin Wemo Insight Smart Plug allows remote attackers to bypass local security protection via a crafted HTTP post packet.
A remote unauthenticated user can enable telnet on the Belkin N750 using firmware version 1.10.22 by sending a crafted HTTP request to set.cgi. When enabled the telnet session requires no password and provides root access.
A remote unauthenticated user can overflow a stack buffer in the Belkin N750 using firmware version 1.10.22 by sending a crafted HTTP request to proxy.cgi.
A remote unauthenticated user can execute commands as root in the Belkin N750 using firmware version 1.10.22 by sending a crafted HTTP request to proxy.cgi.
A remote unauthenticated user can execute commands as root in the Belkin N750 using firmware version 1.10.22 by sending a crafted HTTP request to twonky_command.cgi.
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability on Belkin F9K1102 2 devices with firmware 2.10.17 allows remote attackers to hijack the authentication of arbitrary users.
Belkin F9K1102 2 devices with firmware 2.10.17 use an improper algorithm for selecting the ID value in the header of a DNS query, which makes it easier for remote attackers to spoof responses by predicting this value.
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