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Cisco WRVS4400N #36

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tomtok9 opened this Issue Jan 3, 2014 · 6 comments

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tomtok9 commented Jan 3, 2014

Cisco WRVS4400N

Firmware Version: V2.0.2.1-ETSI

NAMP Intense scan.
I cant see anything. I hope it helps.

2014-01-03_19h59_25

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thank you :)

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elvanderb commented Jan 3, 2014

thank you :)

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I have this router it is vulnerable!

Also I incorrectly report it as a Linksys product. I went and checked and it is labeled as a Cisco product. Sorry about that.

dualglass commented Jan 3, 2014

I have this router it is vulnerable!

Also I incorrectly report it as a Linksys product. I went and checked and it is labeled as a Cisco product. Sorry about that.

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As i remember there is a cisco and a linksys version of it but im not sure.
Yes i have seen your Report and i was a little scared because i have the same one.
But mine seems not to be vulnerable, now im a little bit confused.
It could be that i testet it wrong.
I just ran a Zenmap (nmap on Windows) intense scan with the result i postet.
I also testet a older Firmware 2.0.1.3 with the same result.

I checked the purchase date and I bought mine router back in jan 2011.

tomtok9 commented Jan 3, 2014

As i remember there is a cisco and a linksys version of it but im not sure.
Yes i have seen your Report and i was a little scared because i have the same one.
But mine seems not to be vulnerable, now im a little bit confused.
It could be that i testet it wrong.
I just ran a Zenmap (nmap on Windows) intense scan with the result i postet.
I also testet a older Firmware 2.0.1.3 with the same result.

I checked the purchase date and I bought mine router back in jan 2011.

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Cisco WRVS4400N V2.0.1.3-ETSI

vulnerable. But at least only from LAN, not from WAN

robelix commented Jan 4, 2014

Cisco WRVS4400N V2.0.1.3-ETSI

vulnerable. But at least only from LAN, not from WAN

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I testet it wrong yesterday, its vulnerable.
Only from lan like robelix said.

tomtok9 commented Jan 4, 2014

I testet it wrong yesterday, its vulnerable.
Only from lan like robelix said.

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OKOK, updated :)
Thank you all for taking the time to test this issue :)

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elvanderb commented Jan 4, 2014

OKOK, updated :)
Thank you all for taking the time to test this issue :)

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