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CVE-2022-2070

CVECVE-2022-2070
CVE Ordinal Value238359
Published Date2022-09-23T16:15Z
Modified Date2022-09-23T16:31Z
DescriptionIn Grandstream GSD3710 in its 1.0.11.13 version, it's possible to overflow the stack since it doesn't check the param length before using the sscanf instruction. Because of that, an attacker could create a socket and connect with a remote IP:port by opening a shell and getting full access to the system. The exploit affects daemons dbmng and logsrv that are running on ports 8000 and 8001 by default.
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Reference URLhttps://www.incibe-cert.es/en/early-warning/security-advisories/buffer-overflow-vulnerabilities-grandstream-gsd3710
Reference DescriptionCONFIRM https://www.incibe-cert.es/en/early-warning/security-advisories/buffer-overflow-vulnerabilities-grandstream-gsd3710
Reference Description
Sources NIST MITRE
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