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dlinkDoS.txt
Posted Jun 3, 2003
Authored by Chris | Site securityindex.net

D-Link routers with a firmware of 2.70 and below are vulnerable to a denial of service vulnerability providing the attacker has the ability to see the internal interface on the router. Sending a malformed URL to the syslog script will caused a DNS query. Multitudes of this query can result in a DoS and other odd forms of behavior.

tags | exploit, denial of service
MD5 | f153d7a119c458d70ebcf9389d2ae195
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