Vendor: Kwikset/Weiser (Spectrum Brands) Vendor URLs: https://www.kwikset.com/kevo/smart-lock, https://www.weiserlock.com/en/kevo/default Versions Affected: All versions. Attack tested on Kevo Generation 2 hardware with firmware v1.9.49 and Android application version Kevo 188.8.131.5265p. Systems Affected: Kevo smart locks, including Kevo Contemporary Author: Sultan Qasim Khan Risk: <6.8 CVSS v3.1 AV:A/AC:H/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:N> - An attacker within BLE signal range of a smartphone … Continue reading Technical Advisory – Kwikset/Weiser BLE Proximity Authentication in Kevo Smart Locks Vulnerable to Relay Attacks
Vendor: Tesla, Inc. Vendor URL: https://www.tesla.com Versions affected: Attack tested with vehicle software v11.0 (2022.8.2 383989fadeea) and iOS app 4.6.1-891 (3784ebe63). Systems Affected: Attack tested on Model 3. Model Y is likely also affected. Author: Sultan Qasim Khan <sultan.qasimkhan[at]nccgroup[dot]com> Risk: <6.8 CVSS v3.1 AV:A/AC:H/PR:N/UI:N/S:U/C:H/I:H/A:N> An attacker within Bluetooth signal range of a mobile device configured … Continue reading Technical Advisory – Tesla BLE Phone-as-a-Key Passive Entry Vulnerable to Relay Attacks
Vendor: Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Vendor URL: https://www.bluetooth.com Versions Affected: Specification versions 4.0 to 5.3 Systems Affected: Any systems relying on the presence of a Bluetooth LE connection as confirmation of physical proximity, regardless of whether link layer encryption is used Author: <Sultan Qasim Khan> <sultan.qasimkhan[at]nccgroup[dot]com> Risk: An attacker can falsely indicate the proximity of Bluetooth … Continue reading Technical Advisory – BLE Proximity Authentication Vulnerable to Relay Attacks
Vendor: Ruby on Rails Vendor URL: https://rubyonrails.org Versions affected: versions prior to 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168, 22.214.171.124 Operating Systems Affected: ALL Author: Álvaro Martín Fraguas <alvaro.martin[at]nccgroup[dot]com> Advisory URLs: - https://groups.google.com/g/rubyonrails-security/c/Yg2tEh2UUqc - https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2022-27777 Accepted commit for the fix in the official master branch: - https://github.com/rails/rails/commit/649516ce0feb699ae06a8c5e81df75d460cc9a85 Risk: Medium (XSS vulnerability in some cases for some Rails methods). Summary … Continue reading Technical Advisory: Ruby on Rails – Possible XSS Vulnerability in ActionView tag helpers (CVE-2022-27777)
This blog post describes an unchecked return value vulnerability found and exploited in September 2021 by Alex Plaskett, Cedric Halbronn and Aaron Adams working at the Exploit Development Group (EDG) of NCC Group. We successfully exploited it at Pwn2Own 2021 competition in November 2021 when targeting the Western Digital PR4100.
Vendor: Apple Vendor URL: https://www.apple.com/ Systems Affected: macOS Monterey before 12.3, macOS Big Sur before 11.6.5 and macOS 10.15 Catalina before Security Update 2022-003 Author: Richard Warren <richard.warren[at]nccgroup[dot]trust> Advisory URLs: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT213183, https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT213185, https://support.apple.com/en-gw/HT213185 CVE Identifier: CVE-2022-22582 Risk: 5.0 Medium CVSS:3.1/AV:L/AC:L/PR:L/UI:R/S:U/C:N/I:H/A:N Summary In October 2021, Apple released a fix for CVE-2021-30833. This was an arbitrary file-write … Continue reading Technical Advisory – Apple macOS XAR – Arbitrary File Write (CVE-2022-22582)
This blog post describes a stack-based overflow vulnerability found and exploited in September 2021 in the Netgear R6700v3
This post describes a vulnerability found and exploited in October 2021 by Alex Plaskett, Cedric Halbronn, and Aaron Adams working at the Exploit Development Group (EDG) of NCC Group. We successfully exploited it at Pwn2Own 2021 competition in November 2021. Lexmark published a public patch and their advisory in January 2022 together with the ZDI advisory. The vulnerability is now known as CVE-2021-44737.
This blog post discusses two erroneous computation patterns in Golang. By erroneous computation we mean simply that given certain input, a computer program with certain state returns incorrect output or enters an incorrect state.
tl;dr Run our new tool by adding -javaagent:log4j-jndi-be-gone-1.0.0-standalone.jar to all of your JVM Java stuff to stop log4j from loading classes remotely over LDAP. This will prevent malicious inputs from triggering the "Log4Shell" vulnerability and gaining remote code execution on your systems. . In this post, we first offer some context on the vulnerability, the … Continue reading log4j-jndi-be-gone: A simple mitigation for CVE-2021-44228