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Fritz!Box exploit: Added Big Endianess, improved check()-Function #3207

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@7a69 7a69 commented Apr 8, 2014

Some Fritz!Box devices also run in Big Endianess mode (e.g. Version 7360). However, since
"uname -a" always returns "mips" and the "file"-command is not
available, autodetection is not an easy task.

The check()-function now checks, whether the device is really
vulnerable.

Furthermore, it's possible to send 92 bytes.

Some Fritz!Box devices also run in Big Endianess mode. However, since
"uname -a" always returns "mips" and the "file"-command is not
available, autodetection is not an easy task.

The check()-function now checks, whether the device is really
vulnerable.

Furthemore, it's possible to send 92 bytes.
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@m-1-k-3 m-1-k-3 commented Apr 9, 2014

@7a69 thanks for your input ... I have tested it on my box and it works perfect!

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@jvazquez-r7 jvazquez-r7 commented Apr 10, 2014

coolio, thanks @m-1-k-3 for testing, just reviewing and landing!

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@jvazquez-r7 jvazquez-r7 merged commit 8dce80f into rapid7:master Apr 10, 2014
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