Minimal Proof of Concept developed.
No network access for the hosts in our test network
(Denial of Service)
Local LAN access
Affected operating systems:
Linux ( 3.0 => 3.18.7) (RHEL, Android, SUSE, Ubuntu)
Mac OS X 10.10
Not yet tested:
PFSense. (suspected vulnerable)
Patches developed for:
No, it's not public yet. It's fortunatley just a DoS. No information leak. But it's fun to keep some machines offline. Android phones react badly to it. (Battery impact)
Tomorrow? Attempting to get in on the various security teams, contacts and sort this fucking mess out.
If you build embedded devices, IoT stuff, or other such things and are not on the mentioned operating systems, please contact me.
I'd love to get hands on some to be able to test them. However, due to the somewhat large amount of projects involved, I don't doubt that once this gets fixed in some OS, plenty of people will stab the code with abandon, and might well find more. Or wider.
Frankly. I'm quite worried about the impact this will have.
Fortunately. It's local LAN (or wifi) and noone cares about the other people on the wifi. Except at conferences. And coffee shops.
Eller, alla mina Gaiman har fått fötter.. Det är lite klurigt.
Can maybe or someone else explain why my browser locks up because I'm copying files from USB?
Please. Don't spare me the details. I'm dying to know the technical reason.
Yeah, had to heat the oil up on the stone floor to be able to wipe it off cleanly.
Fucking hell and annoyance.
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