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Author Topic: New - DIR-880L FW v1.20 Build 02 Beta - Security Firmware Release - NA Region  (Read 1415 times)

FurryNutz

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Firmware:   v1.20 Build 02 Beta 01   12/21/18   NA Region!
Revision Info:   
Problems Resolved:
Report: A research report to D-Link has reported multiple routers (DIR-850L A1/B1, DIR-822 C1 and DIR-880L A1) with security vulnerabilities: Authenticated bypass and Authenticated RCE. 3rd Party Researcher: Henry Huang (happyholic1203 at gmail dot com)
1.Authentication bypass
2.Authenticated RCE

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« Last Edit: April 24, 2019, 08:55:41 AM by FurryNutz »
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Mark_KF8RV

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I think you made a typo.  The version number should be v1.20..?

Mark

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FurryNutz

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Thank you Sir. Corrected.  ;)
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square_eyes

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So... what's the risk? Is it from LAN only or WAN with remote access enabled? Or WAN... even with remote disabled?
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square_eyes

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I'm having weird issues with this firmware. Now when I save a static IP 192.168.0.x it saves as 192.168.7.x

Add this to issues saving static routes or trying to save a new subnet mask  >:(
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FurryNutz

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How do you mean? Saving a reservation for an IP address for a device ON the router?

I'm having weird issues with this firmware. Now when I save a static IP 192.168.0.x it saves as 192.168.7.x

Add this to issues saving static routes or trying to save a new subnet mask  >:(
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I just checked my 880L. Setting up an IP address reservation for a PC that's wired I set for 192.168.0.159. IP address appears correctly and the same after a reboot of the router. v1.20 is loaded.
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square_eyes

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Looking at this - Previously reserved addresses, on machines that were offline changed to the .7.x subnet.

https://imgur.com/a/KCwj7MD

Changing to .0.x while they are still offline and the static address fails to save and goes back to .7.x

Turning the device on, and it seems to get a correct address from DHCP.
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