Monday, August 16, 2021

CVE-2021-35392

Description

Realtek Jungle SDK version v2.x up to v3.4.14B provides a 'WiFi Simple Config' server that implements both UPnP and SSDP protocols. The binary is usually named wscd or mini_upnpd and is the successor to miniigd. The server is vulnerable to a heap buffer overflow that is present due to unsafe crafting of SSDP NOTIFY messages from received M-SEARCH messages ST header.

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Resourcehttps://www.iot-inspector.com/blog/advisory-multiple-issues-realtek-sdk-iot-supply-chainhttps://www.realtek.com/en/cu-1-en/cu-1-taiwan-enhttps://www.realtek.com/images/safe-report/Realtek_APRouter_SDK_Advisory-CVE-2021-35392_35395.pdf
 

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