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OpenPLC WebServer 3 – Denial of Service

This exploit allows an attacker to cause a denial of service on the OpenPLC WebServer by sending a specially crafted request. By exploiting this vulnerability, an attacker can disrupt the normal functioning of the WebServer and potentially impact the availability of the OpenPLC system.

OpenPLC WebServer 3 – Denial of Service

This exploit allows an attacker to remotely execute code on the OpenPLC_v3 WebServer. The vulnerability occurs when the web server fails to properly handle user authentication, allowing an attacker to bypass authentication and gain unauthorized access to the server. By exploiting this vulnerability, an attacker can perform various malicious activities, including uploading and executing arbitrary code on the target system.

tcpdump[3.8.x]: (LDP) ldp_print() infinite loop DOS

tcpdump(v3.8.3 and earlier versions) contains a remote denial of service vulnerability in the form of a single (LDP) packet causing an infinite loop. LDP is UDP(/TCP), so no LDP service has to actually be running to abuse this issue, spoofed or not spoofed. Depending on the path the packet takes spoofed packets may be dropped(dropped at your router most likely).

tcpdump/ethereal (RSVP) rsvp_print() infinite loop DOS

The vulnerability exists in tcpdump v3.9.1 and earlier versions, as well as ethereal v0.10.10. It is caused by a single (RSVP) packet that triggers an infinite loop in the rsvp_print() function. Clicking on the packet or receiving ICMP replies can also trigger the vulnerability. The bug is present in the RSVP_OBJ_ERO and RSVP_OBJ_RRO classes.

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