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mardi 16 octobre 2018

Linksys E1200/E2500 Network Configuration apply.cgi Domain Name command injection

A vulnerability has been found in Linksys E1200 and E2500 (the affected version is unknown) and classified as critical. This vulnerability affects an unknown function of the file apply.cgi of the component Network Configuration. The manipulation of the argument Domain Name with an unknown input leads to a privilege escalation vulnerability (Command Injection). The CWE definition for the vulnerability is CWE-88. As an impact it is known to affect confidentiality, integrity, and availability.

The weakness was presented 10/17/2018. This vulnerability was named CVE-2018-3955 since 01/01/2018. A single authentication is necessary for exploitation. Technical details are known, but there is no available exploit. The structure of the vulnerability defines a possible price range of USD $0-$5k at the moment (estimation calculated on 10/17/2018).

There is no information about possible countermeasures known. It may be suggested to replace the affected object with an alternative product.

See 125696 and 125697 for similar entries.

CPE

CVSSv3

VulDB Meta Base Score: 5.5
VulDB Meta Temp Score: 5.5

VulDB Base Score: ≈5.5
VulDB Temp Score: ≈5.5
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CVSSv2

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Exploiting

Class: Privilege escalation / Command Injection (CWE-88)
Local: Yes
Remote: No

Availability: No

Price Prediction: 🔍
Current Price Estimation: 🔒

Threat Intelligence

Threat: 🔍
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Countermeasures

Recommended: no mitigation known
0-Day Time: 🔒

Timeline

01/01/2018 CVE assigned
10/17/2018 Advisory disclosed
10/17/2018 VulDB entry created
10/17/2018 VulDB last update

Sources

CVE: CVE-2018-3955 (🔒)
See also: 🔒

Entry

Created: 10/17/2018
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Auteur: VulDB

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