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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
> Previously, same problem was reported for D-Link DSL-G604T by Qex
> There were also few more problems reported about /cgi-bin/webcm, see
I quite agree, the Summary of my attached advisory makes this point. However, as I also point out in the Solutions section, all of the issues you list were against major version 1 of the firmware. We're now at major version 3 and directory traversal is still a problem. Moreover, the advisories that cover directory traversal (http://securityvulns.ru/Mdocument578.html and http://securityvulns.ru/Mdocument578.html) only talk about /etc/passwd. Neglecting the fact that the web server runs as root and that /etc/shadow is therefore available.
Maybe, I'm hoping that by version 10 of the firmware in the year 2014, D-Link may actually manage to fix some of these reported problems? Moreover, maybe they'll actually make it possible for researchers to report these things in a manner whereby they actually respond to the reports when contacted. Not holding my breath though.
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