ELSA LANCOM 1000 Office router remote configuration allows a remote attacker to gain elevated privileges
|elsa-lancom-web-administration (7739)||Medium Risk|
ELSA LANCOM 1000 Office could allow a remote attacker to use any Web browser to connect to the router on port 80 and obtain elevated privileges. An attacker can use this vulnerability to modify the routing table information or modify the firmware to sniff data.
No remedy available as of May 1, 2013.
- Phoenix Sistemi Security Advisory December 26, 2001: ELSA Lancom 1100 Office Security Problems.
- BID-3746: ELSA Lancom 1100 Office Insecure Web Administration Vulnerability
- CVE-2001-1223: The web administration server for ELSA Lancom 1100 Office does not require authentication, which allows arbitrary remote attackers to gain administrative privileges by connecting to the server.
- OSVDB ID: 14228: ELSA Lancom Office Web Admin Server Admin Password Remote Disclosure
- ELSA ELSA LANCOM Office 1000
Dec 26, 2001
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