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Airlive WL2600CAM Multiple Vulnerabilities
No patch available.
This vulnerability permits a relative path traversal that allows the attacker to read the file system configuration, which could lead to further attacks, based on information gained.
This vulnerability permits information exposure and subsequent privilege escalation, based on the information exposed. The attacker can use this vulnerability to gain a base64 encoded version of the system's admin password.
No. These are information disclosure vulnerabilities that can lead to privilege escalation.
Information Disclosure leading to Elevation of Privilege
Remote attackers can exploit these vulnerabilities to gain information that could be then used to remotely elevate their privileges on the affected system to an administrator user account's permissions.
No mitigations are currently available.
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19736 - AirLive WL2600CAM Multiple Vulnerabilities (Zero-Day) - CVE-2013-3541
19737 - AirLive WL2600CAM Multiple Vulnerabilities (Zero-Day) - CVE-2013-3686
2013-06-12: Original Disclosure
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