CVE-2012-6297 - Command Injection via CSRF on DD-WRT v24-sp2 Jul 12 2013 12:04AM
cyoung tripwire com
DD-WRT v24-sp2 is prone to command injection from specially crafted configuration values containing shell meta-characters. A remote attacker can potentially use CSRF from an authenticated client to execute commands on the router as the root user. Successful exploitation can result in system wide compromise or a denial of service condition depending on the commands being injected.

This bug was reported via the DD-WRT bug tracker on November 20, 2012 but there does not appear to be ongoing development in the project.

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