Telindus 1100 series ADSL routers could leak sensitive information
|telindus-adsl-information-leak (9277)||Medium Risk|
Telindus 1100 series ADSL routers could leak sensitive information when an attempt is made to connect to the router using the remote management program. The router sends a UDP packet to the remote management program when a connection attempt is made that contains the software version, router name, and password in plaintext. A remote attacker using a packet sniffing tool could recover this information and use it to gain unauthorized access to the router or launch further attacks against the affected network.
No remedy available as of December 12, 2009.
- BugTraq Mailing List, Wed Jun 05 2002 - 12:43:00 CDT: Some vulnerabilities in the Telindus 11xx router series.
- BID-4946: Telindus 1100 Series Router Administration Password Leak Vulnerability
- CVE-2002-0949: Telindus 1100 series ADSL router allows remote attackers to gain privileges to the device via a certain packet to UDP port 9833, which generates a reply that includes the router's password and other sensitive information in cleartext.
- OSVDB ID: 4766: Telindus Router Administrative Password Disclosure
- Telindus Telindus 1100 series
Jun 05, 2002
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