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Date: Thu, 27 Oct 2011 04:42:20 GMT
From: percx@...fus.net
To: bugtraq@...urityfocus.com
Subject: foofus.net security advisory - Toshiba eStudio Multifunction
 Printer Information Leakage

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Foofus.net Security Advisory: foofus-20111026
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Title:        Toshiba eStudio Multifunction Printer Information Leakage
Version:      e-Studio series devices
Vendor:       Toshiba
Release Date: 01/29/2011
Update Date:  10/26/2011
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1. Summary:

Toshiba e-Studio devices found to be vulnerable to an information leakage 
vulnerability. 

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2. Description:

Passwords can be extracted in plan text from html source code of various configuration 
pages.

Example:
http://IP Address/TopAccess//Administrator/Setup/ScanToFile/List.htm

<td class="clsTableElement" nowrap"">
   Password
    <input ID="Password3" type="password" value="Plan text password" onfocus="
     if (this.disable) this.blur();" maxlength="32"

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3. Impact:

Exploiting this allows an adversary to extract passwords that can be used to gain 
access to file servers, LDAP system, or other critical systems.

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4. Affected Products:

All e-Studio devices tested against have been found to be vulnerable as of
July 2011.

Validation of specific firmware versions have not been conducted on a number
of systems. This is due to limited access to devices

Confirmed devices:

e-STUDIO305
e-STUDIO455
e-STUDIO600
e-STUDIO603

Confirmed devices and firmware version:
e-STUDIO3510c     firmware version T380SY0J040
e-STUDIO281c       firmware version T410SY0T233


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5. Solution:

   Contact vendor and request firmware upgrade to patch security issue.

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6) Time Table:

01/29/2011 Reported Vulnerability.

10/27/2011 Publishes Advisory

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7) Credits: Discovered by Deral Heiland PercX

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8. Reference:
   http://praeda.foofus.net
   http://www.foofus.net/?page_id=457


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