ZyXEL WAC6103D-I AP

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Wired Connection Yes
Wireless Connection Yes
Fingerprinting Source HTTPS MAC OUI NIC VENDOR SNMP Dssc HOSTNAME DHCP
Added at Aug 13, 2019
Manufacturer Name Zyxel Communications Corp
Homepage https://www.zyxel.com/index.shtml
Headquarters Taiwan
Business Status Ongoing

Platform’s Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
CVE-ID
Severity v3.0
Severity v2.0
Description
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Manufacturer’s Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
CVE-ID
Severity v3.0
Severity v2.0
Description
CVE-2019-15804
11/14/2019
MEDIUM
An issue was discovered on Zyxel GS1900 devices with firmware before 2.50(AAHH.0)C0. By sending a signal to the CLI process, undocumented functionality is triggered. Specifically, a menu can be triggered by sending the SIGQUIT signal to the CLI application (e.g., through CTRL+\ via SSH). The access control check for this menu does work and prohibits accessing the menu, which contains "Password recovery for specific user" options. The menu is believed to be accessible using a serial console.
CVE-2019-15803
11/14/2019
MEDIUM
An issue was discovered on Zyxel GS1900 devices with firmware before 2.50(AAHH.0)C0. Through an undocumented sequence of keypresses, undocumented functionality is triggered. A diagnostics shell is triggered via CTRL-ALT-t, which prompts for the password returned by fds_sys_passDebugPasswd_ret(). The firmware contains access control checks that determine if remote users are allowed to access this functionality. The function that performs this check (fds_sys_remoteDebugEnable_ret in libfds.so) always return TRUE with no actual checks performed. The diagnostics menu allows for reading/writing arbitrary registers and various other configuration parameters which are believed to be related to the network interface chips.
CVE-2019-15802
11/14/2019
MEDIUM
An issue was discovered on Zyxel GS1900 devices with firmware before 2.50(AAHH.0)C0. The firmware hashes and encrypts passwords using a hardcoded cryptographic key in sal_util_str_encrypt() in libsal.so.0.0. The parameters (salt, IV, and key data) are used to encrypt and decrypt all passwords using AES256 in CBC mode. With the parameters known, all previously encrypted passwords can be decrypted. This includes the passwords that are part of configuration backups or otherwise embedded as part of the firmware.
CVE-2019-15801
11/14/2019
MEDIUM
An issue was discovered on Zyxel GS1900 devices with firmware before 2.50(AAHH.0)C0. The firmware image contains encrypted passwords that are used to authenticate users wishing to access a diagnostics or password-recovery menu. Using the hardcoded cryptographic key found elsewhere in the firmware, these passwords can be decrypted. This is related to fds_sys_passDebugPasswd_ret() and fds_sys_passRecoveryPasswd_ret() in libfds.so.0.0.
CVE-2019-15800
11/14/2019
HIGH
An issue was discovered on Zyxel GS1900 devices with firmware before 2.50(AAHH.0)C0. Due to lack of input validation in the cmd_sys_traceroute_exec(), cmd_sys_arp_clear(), and cmd_sys_ping_exec() functions in the libclicmd.so library contained in the firmware, an attacker could leverage these functions to call system() and execute arbitrary commands on the switches. (Note that these functions are currently not called in this version of the firmware, however an attacker could use other vulnerabilities to finally use these vulnerabilities to gain code execution.)