diag_tool.cgi on DASAN H660RM devices with firmware 1.03-0022 allows spawning ping processes without any authorization leading to information disclosure and DoS attacks

diag_tool.cgi on DASAN H660RM devices with firmware 1.03-0022 allows spawning ping processes without any authorization leading to device enumeration on LAN interface and DoS attacks against both device and network.

CWE-862: Missing Authorization weakness in diag_tool.cgi allows remote attacker to spawn ping (and traceroute) processes on affected devices without authorization. Moreover similar bug in diag_get_result.cgi […]

Boa Webserver on DASAN H660RM devices with firmware 1.03-0022 saves post data, including credentials, to /tmp/boa-temp

Boa Webserver on DASAN H660RM devices with firmware 1.03-0022 (and possibly other) saves post data, including credentials, to /tmp/boa-temp. Moreover this file is not sanitized after request has been processed, which allow retrieval of login credential possible until another POST request is made.

This vulnerability was assigned CVE-2019-9976.

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syslog_tool.cgi on DASAN H660RM devices with firmware 1.03-0022 uses a hard-coded key for logs encryption

DASAN H660RM devices with firmware 1.03-0022 (and possibly other) uses a hard-coded key “dasanektks123” for logs encryption. Data stored using this key can be decrypted by anyone able to access this key.

This vulnerability was assigned CVE-2019-9975.

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nCipher HSM with OpenSSL

I just finished playing with some nCipher’s HSM. Unfortunately there is no integration guide for OpenSSL that cover CHIL interface and nCipher hardware security modules.

nCipher’s installation guide is quite good, but after you finish installing hardware, drivers and daemons, you are on your own.

I found only two helpful sources: Andrea Campi’s blog entry […]

Sptrace 1.4.2 released

New version of sptrace was released today. Sptrace is a secure ptrace() Linux Kernel Module (LKM). It limits users’ access to the ptrace() call. Module was updated to reflect changes in new kernel releases and tested with 2.6.26.

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ClamFS 1.0.0 has been released

ClamFS 1.0.0 has been released yesterday. It contains some new features that might be quite interesting for its users.

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Multiple FreeBSD jails sharing one IP address

If you want to use multiple jails on FreeBSD with only one external IP addresses you may set up all jails on private addressed with little help of loopback interface, NAT and PF.

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Source code (security) auditing utilities available in Debian

Debian GNU/Linux provides several packages that can be used to audit C/C++ source code. First three search for programming errors that might lead to potential security flaws:

flawfinder rats pscan

Next two tools find bugs in C and C++ source code by doing a static check too, but their checks are not security-related:

splint cppcheck […]

Web browser anonymity threats

Anonymity in important for many people. Few years ago, it was problematic issue only for hackers, human rights workers and anonymity freaks. They want to keep they identity in secret for obvious reasons. They were traced only by law enforcement agencies and government. Today everything is much more difficult. Hundreds of advertising agencies trying to […]