CVE-2017-9139 CVSS:0.0
There is a stack-based buffer overflow on some Tenda routers (FH1202/F1202/F1200: versions before 1.2.0.20). Crafted POST requests to an unspecified URL result in DoS, interrupting the HTTP service (used to login to the web UI of a router) for 1 to 2 seconds. (Last Update:2017-05-21) (Publish Update:2017-05-21)
CVE-2017-9138 CVSS:0.0
There is a debug-interface vulnerability on some Tenda routers (FH1202/F1202/F1200: versions before 1.2.0.20). After connecting locally to a router in a wired or wireless manner, one can bypass intended access restrictions by sending shell commands directly and reading their results, or by entering shell commands that change this router's username and password. (Last Update:2017-05-21) (Publish Update:2017-05-21)
CVE-2017-9137 CVSS:0.0
Ceragon FibeAir IP-10 wireless radios through 7.2.0 have a default password of mateidu for the mateidu account (a hidden user account established by the vendor). This account can be accessed via both the web interface and SSH. In the web interface, this simply grants an attacker read-only access to the device's settings. However, when using SSH, this gives an attacker access to a Linux shell. (Last Update:2017-05-21) (Publish Update:2017-05-21)
CVE-2017-9136 CVSS:0.0
An issue was discovered on Mimosa Client Radios before 2.2.3. In the device's web interface, there is a page that allows an attacker to use an unsanitized GET parameter to download files from the device as the root user. The attacker can download any file from the device's filesystem. This can be used to view unsalted, MD5-hashed administrator passwords, which can then be cracked, giving the attacker full admin access to the device's web interface. This vulnerability can also be used to view the plaintext pre-shared key (PSK) for encrypted wireless connections, or to view the device's serial number (which allows an attacker to factory reset the device). (Last Update:2017-05-21) (Publish Update:2017-05-21)
CVE-2017-9135 CVSS:0.0
An issue was discovered on Mimosa Client Radios before 2.2.4 and Mimosa Backhaul Radios before 2.2.4. On the backend of the device's web interface, there are some diagnostic tests available that are not displayed on the webpage; these are only accessible by crafting a POST request with a program like cURL. There is one test accessible via cURL that does not properly sanitize user input, allowing an attacker to execute shell commands as the root user. (Last Update:2017-05-21) (Publish Update:2017-05-21)
CVE-2017-9134 CVSS:0.0
An information-leakage issue was discovered on Mimosa Client Radios before 2.2.3 and Mimosa Backhaul Radios before 2.2.3. There is a page in the web interface that will show you the device's serial number, regardless of whether or not you have logged in. This information-leakage issue is relevant because there is another page (accessible without any authentication) that allows you to remotely factory reset the device simply by entering the serial number. (Last Update:2017-05-21) (Publish Update:2017-05-21)
CVE-2017-9133 CVSS:0.0
An issue was discovered on Mimosa Client Radios before 2.2.3 and Mimosa Backhaul Radios before 2.2.3. In the device's web interface, after logging in, there is a page that allows you to ping other hosts from the device and view the results. The user is allowed to specify which host to ping, but this variable is not sanitized server-side, which allows an attacker to pass a specially crafted string to execute shell commands as the root user. (Last Update:2017-05-21) (Publish Update:2017-05-21)
CVE-2017-9132 CVSS:0.0
A hard-coded credentials issue was discovered on Mimosa Client Radios before 2.2.3, Mimosa Backhaul Radios before 2.2.3, and Mimosa Access Points before 2.2.3. These devices run Mosquitto, a lightweight message broker, to send information between devices. By using the vendor's hard-coded credentials to connect to the broker on any device (whether it be an AP, Client, or Backhaul model), an attacker can view all the messages being sent between the devices. If an attacker connects to an AP, the AP will leak information about any clients connected to it, including the serial numbers, which can be used to remotely factory reset the clients via a page in their web interface. (Last Update:2017-05-21) (Publish Update:2017-05-21)
CVE-2017-9131 CVSS:0.0
An issue was discovered on Mimosa Client Radios before 2.2.3 and Mimosa Backhaul Radios before 2.2.3. By connecting to the Mosquitto broker on an access point and one of its clients, an attacker can gather enough information to craft a command that reboots the client remotely when sent to the client's Mosquitto broker, aka "unauthenticated remote command execution." This command can be re-sent endlessly to act as a DoS attack on the client. (Last Update:2017-05-21) (Publish Update:2017-05-21)
CVE-2017-9119 CVSS:0.0
The i_zval_ptr_dtor function in Zend/zend_variables.h in PHP 7.1.5 allows attackers to cause a denial of service (memory consumption and application crash) or possibly have unspecified other impact by triggering crafted operations on array data structures. (Last Update:2017-05-21) (Publish Update:2017-05-21)
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