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Improper Limitation of a Pathname to a Restricted Directory ('Path Traversal')


Severity High
Score 9.8/10


On Cisco DDR2200 ADSL2+ Residential Gateway DDR2200B-NA-AnnexA-FCC-V00. and DDR2201v1 ADSL2+ Residential Gateway DDR2201v1-NA-AnnexA-FCC-V00. devices, there is no access control for info.html, wancfg.cmd, rtroutecfg.cmd, arpview.cmd, cpuview.cmd, memoryview.cmd, statswan.cmd, statsatm.cmd, scsrvcntr.cmd, scacccntr.cmd, logview.cmd, voicesipview.cmd, usbview.cmd, wlmacflt.cmd, wlwds.cmd, wlstationlist.cmd, HPNAShow.cmd, HPNAView.cmd, qoscls.cmd, qosqueue.cmd, portmap.cmd, scmacflt.cmd, scinflt.cmd, scoutflt.cmd, certlocal.cmd, or certca.cmd.

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  • HIGH
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  • HIGH
  • HIGH

CWE-22 - Path Traversal

Path traversal (or directory traversal), is a vulnerability that allows malicious users to traverse the server's root directory, gaining access to arbitrary files and folders such as application code & data, back-end credentials, and sensitive operating system files. In the worst-case scenario, an attacker could potentially execute arbitrary files on the server, resulting in a denial of service attack. Such an exploit may severely impact the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of an application.


Advisory Timeline

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