3Com OfficeConnect routers using Port Address Translation could allow access to blocked ports
|3com-officeconnect-pat-access (9185)||Medium Risk|
3Com OfficeConnect could allow a remote attacker to bypass access control restrictions and access any port on a computer behind the device, caused by a vulnerability in the Port Address Translation (PAT). If a remote attacker finds a port that is redirected using PAT and connects to this port, the attacker would then be able to connect to any other port behind the router.
No remedy available as of July 1, 2014.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Mon May 27 2002 - 11:02:29 CDT: Vulnerability in 3Com® OfficeConnect® Remote 812 ADSL Router.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Wed Jun 12 2002 - 12:17:11 CDT: Part II: Vulnerability in 3Com® OfficeConnect® Remote 812 ADSL Router.
- BID-4841: 3Com OfficeConnect ADSL Router Port Address Translation Access Control Bypassing Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0888: 3Com OfficeConnect Remote 812 ADSL Router, firmware 1.1.9 and 1.1.7, allows remote attackers to bypass port access restrictions by connecting to an approved port and quickly connecting to the desired port, which is allowed by the router.
- OSVDB ID: 6055: 3Com OfficeConnect ADSL Router Port Translation Filter Bypass
- 3Com OfficeConnect ADSL Router 812 1.1.7
- 3Com OfficeConnect ADSL Router 812 1.1.9
May 27, 2002
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