6.3
CVSSv2

CVE-2007-5474

Published: 05/09/2008 Updated: 15/10/2018
CVSS v2 Base Score: 6.3 | Impact Score: 6.9 | Exploitability Score: 6.8
VMScore: 562
Vector: AV:N/AC:M/Au:S/C:N/I:N/A:C

Vulnerability Summary

The driver for the Linksys WRT350N Wi-Fi access point with firmware 2.00.17 on the Atheros AR5416-AC1E chipset does not properly parse the Atheros vendor-specific information element in an association request, which allows remote authenticated users to cause a denial of service (device reboot or hang) or possibly execute arbitrary code via an Atheros information element with an invalid length, as demonstrated by an element that is too long.

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atheros ar5416-ac1e chipset

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Github Repositories

a 802.11 wireless fuzzer

wifuzzit (a 80211 wireless fuzzer) Written and maintained by Laurent Butti Released under terms and conditions of the GNU GPLv3 license What is wifuzzit? Wifuzzit is a wireless fuzzer focused on 80211 technology It aims at discovering 80211 implementation bugs both on access points and stations It relies on the infamous Sulley Fuzzing Framework and thus is a model-based

80211-Wireless-Fuzzer (a 80211 wireless fuzzer) Written and maintained by Hector Ta Released under terms and conditions of the GNU GPLv3 license What is 80211 Wireless Fuzzer? It is a wireless fuzzer focused on 80211 technology It aims at discovering 80211 implementation bugs both on access points and stations It relies on the infamous Sulley Fuzzing Framework and thus

a 802.11 wireless fuzzer

wifuzzit (a 80211 wireless fuzzer) Written and maintained by Laurent Butti Released under terms and conditions of the GNU GPLv3 license What is wifuzzit? Wifuzzit is a wireless fuzzer focused on 80211 technology It aims at discovering 80211 implementation bugs both on access points and stations It relies on the infamous Sulley Fuzzing Framework and thus is a model-based

wifuzzit (a 80211 wireless fuzzer) Written and maintained by Laurent Butti Released under terms and conditions of the GNU GPLv3 license What is wifuzzit? Wifuzzit is a wireless fuzzer focused on 80211 technology It aims at discovering 80211 implementation bugs both on access points and stations It relies on the infamous Sulley Fuzzing Framework and thus is a model-based