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Email addressjens.a.mueller at rub.de
First Active2017-01-31
Last Active2019-10-01
Practical Decryption exFiltration: Breaking PDF Encryption
Posted Oct 1, 2019
Authored by Christian Mainka, Vladislav Mladenov, Jens Mueller, Jorg Schwenk, Sebastian Schinzel, Fabian Ising

The Portable Document Format, better known as PDF, is one of the most widely used document formats worldwide, and in order to ensure information confidentiality, this file format supports document encryption. In this paper, the authors analyze PDF encryption and show two novel techniques for breaking the confidentiality of encrypted documents.

tags | paper
SHA-256 | 517f98746fe2867354db4d9e80fb07916b9d1d2b6c386ab280af27aaadc9b848
rack-cors Missing Anchor
Posted Jul 12, 2017
Authored by Jens Mueller

A missing anchor in generated regex for rack-cors versions prior to 0.4.1 allows a malicious third-party site to perform CORS requests. If the configuration were intended to allow only the trusted example.com domain name and not the malicious example.net domain name, then example.com.example.net (as well as example.com-example.net) would be inadvertently allowed.

tags | advisory
SHA-256 | 9e2393521935f0c2d55d8bbcb87e105d1c088b74bf965cd2698351eafce20ff4
Hacking Printers Advisory 6
Posted Jan 31, 2017
Authored by Jens Mueller

This post is about putting printers out of their misery and destroying the NVRAM through ordinary print jobs.

tags | advisory
SHA-256 | e2cd86b8adc6667167b8f7b8f181989c96fee30d127929b13743dc8b7d1e5967
Hacking Printers Advisory 5
Posted Jan 31, 2017
Authored by Jens Mueller

This post is about resetting a printer to factory defaults through ordinary print jobs, therefore bypassing all protection mechanisms like user-set passwords.

tags | advisory
SHA-256 | c0d3ac08f94bc071adf9e63784f30829f42fad0694c4e352f9eb78b9c01cd3f8
Hacking Printers Advisory 4
Posted Jan 31, 2017
Authored by Jens Mueller

This post is about buffer overflows in a printer's LPD daemon and PJL interpreter which leads to denial of service or potentially even to code execution. Multiple printers are affected.

tags | advisory, denial of service, overflow, code execution
SHA-256 | ed3f781546ee705d1385f6e94873f6738e66f693d3e7c6ffb379426cacaefa6b
Hacking Printers Advisory 3
Posted Jan 31, 2017
Authored by Jens Mueller

This post is about abusing Brother's proprietary PJL extensions to dump the printers NVRAM and gain access to interesting stuff like passwords.

tags | advisory
SHA-256 | 64ec02b37690bb546138e1297152bd405cb48e04234c442b4a8aec0a22fd3850
Hacking Printers Advisory 2
Posted Jan 31, 2017
Authored by Jens Mueller

This post is about accessing a printers file system through ordinary PostScript or PJL based print jobs -- since decades a documented feature of both languages. The attack can be performed by anyone who can print, for example through USB or network. It can even be carried out by a malicious website, using advanced cross site printing techniques in combination with a novel technique we call CORS spoofing.

tags | exploit, spoof
SHA-256 | c418874775830be69d70d766dd0802c21da19fba2301929c1dd21e23ad79ce68
Hacking Printers Advisory 1
Posted Jan 31, 2017
Authored by Jens Mueller

This post is about manipulating and obtaining documents printed by other users, which can be accomplished by infecting the printer with PostScript malware.

tags | exploit
SHA-256 | 9abc3f6da5a87fc7c87c58ebcb60b7ead620ec10be3c424d01c2e0514ee518ae
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