Jul 12 2023
I did not report it to the upstream, but another vendor helped me to report it to the upstream and gave me the relevant CVE number. You can check the following link about netsnmp: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=1016139
Jul 11 2023
@zoenan7 have you managed to report to upstream?
Aug 29 2022
Nov 6 2021
Nov 5 2021
Alternatively, can you provide the contact information of NET-SNMP's PRIST? I can also contact him for vulnerability disclosure.
Yes, I also believe that this crash exists in all current versions of NET-SNMP. And I also found this vulnerability in the source code of the latest version of Net-SNMP( version 5.9.1), and I compiled and installed net-SNMP on Ubuntu to duplicate this vulnerability. But I can't find the contact information of NET-SNMP. It seems that only the cooperative manufacturer can contact him. Can you negotiate with them to disclose this vulnerability?
Nov 2 2021
@zoenan7 Sorry for the late reply! Yes, I got your email and could reproduce the crash using your PoC.
Oct 10 2021
Oct 8 2021
@dmbaturin Did you get my email? If not, please let me know and I will send it again
Sep 27 2021
By the way, the SNMPD service of the router will not restart automatically. After the SNMP service is attacked, the SNMP service cannot be restored even if the device is restarted, which may be an inappropriate implementation.
I have a question. If you confirm the existence of the vulnerability, can you report to the NET-SNMP vendor and apply for a CVE number?
I have sent the POC of the vulnerability to [email protected].
By the way, The password of the compressed package is HGkasjgJFYL261.
Hello, I have found three vulnerabilities in V1.2.7, one of which can also be reproduced in V1.3, please continue to check the other versions, I will send all three POCs to your email, thank you for your work.