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[Full-disclosure] Worldwide WEP Vulnerability Disclosure
From: Spinoza DesCartes (techn9neinfiltrated.net)
Date: Thu Sep 08 2005 - 16:14:54 CDT
Product: Remote Wireless Panties
Bug: DoS vulnerability
Impact: Attacker's can cause overflow.
Date: Septmber 08, 2005
Author: Spinoza DesCartes
Perfidious Security Team
Remote Wireless Panties are something of a novelty used by women
for pleasure. Although this may not be the proper forum for it, it is
nevertheless a security problem. At first I was reluctant to post this
message for fear of ridicule, but I figured I would let the experts handle
this one. Besides it is a wireless issue.
These wireless panties run off of a wireless frequency ranges of
2.400GHz to 2.500GHz which is typical of say a cordless phone
wireless router, etal. When someone uses this product there seems
to be some form of interference coming from multiple wireless
products which causes the product to behave erratic and jack
up its speed.
Create a Wireless Tunnel between the product and the product's remote
this helps ensure that only the intended product alone understands the
transmitted signals. Tunnled signals are encrypted and unless using
encryption - transmitted data may reach unintended recipients.
Encrypting also ensures that it remains uncorrupted throughout the
connection and allows the user to flexibility move about freely
sending and receiving signals. Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP)
and in 2004, Advanced Encryption Standard points can be used in
the future as well depending on the need for high level encrption.
No known exploits exist however cordless telephones, ham radios,
and all other sorts of wireless products seem to interfere with the
product which makes it somewhat of a danger (if viewed this way)
to anyone using the product.
Attacker can adjust speeds, and flicker with the power.
VPN's or WEPS can be used to secure the connection to the product
but one might want to simply avoid using it near other wireless products
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