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D-Link EyeOn Baby Monitor (DCS-825L) Command Injection

D-Link EyeOn Baby Monitor (DCS-825L) Command Injection
Posted Aug 23, 2018
Authored by Dove Chiu

D-Link EyeOn Baby Monitor (DCS-825L) suffers from multiple command injection vulnerabilities.

tags | advisory, vulnerability
advisories | CVE-2017-11564
MD5 | 30e3b93874dd6cee46bc54fa3a1e61d8

D-Link EyeOn Baby Monitor (DCS-825L) Command Injection

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Reserved CVE: CVE-2017-11564

# Description
The D-Link EyeOn Baby Monitor (DCS-825L) has multiple command injection vulnerabilities in the web service framework. An attacker can send a crafted request to execute commands; authentication is required before executing the attack.

# Vulnerability Type
Command Injection

# Affected Product Code Base
DCS-825L EyeOn Baby Monitor - 1.08.1

# Affected Component
web service framework

# Attack Type
Remote

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# Attack Vectors
Send a crafted HTTP request

# Discoverer
Dove Chiu (Trend Micro)

# Vulnerability Detail
We found that parts of the web framework are written in shell scripts. Additionally, upon reviewing the files, we found that parts of the variables can be controlled from user input.
An attacker can forge malicious HTTP requests to execute commands on the device. Fortunately, the web server uses basic authentication first, before anyone can access any webpage

Reference: https://documents.trendmicro.com/assets/tech_brief_Device_Vulnerabilities_in_the_Connected_Home2.pdf

# Status
Fixed in the latest beta firmware


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