Port 17185 Details
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||Cisco IP Phone (VoIP) 7920 1.0(8) listens to UDP port 17185 to support a VxWorks debugger, which allows remote attackers to obtain sensitive information and cause a denial of service.
References: [CVE-2005-3804], [SECUNIA-17604], [BID-15456]
Act P202S VoIP WiFi phone undocumented open port, multiple vulnerabilities.
References: [CVE-2006-0374], [CVE-2006-0375], [BID-16288]
The WDB target agent debug service in Wind River VxWorks 6.x, 5.x, and earlier, as used on the Rockwell Automation 1756-ENBT series A with firmware 3.2.6 and 3.6.1 and other products, allows remote attackers to read or modify arbitrary memory locations, perform function calls, or manage tasks via requests to UDP port 17185, a related issue to CVE-2005-3804.
The debugging feature on the Siemens CP 1604 and CP 1616 interface cards with firmware before 2.5.2 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted packet to UDP port 17185.
This document describes a security vulnerability in Blade Maintenance Entity, Integrated Maintenance Entity and Maintenance Entity products. All J/H-series NonStop systems have a security vulnerability associated with an open UDP port 17185 on the Maintenance LAN which could result in information disclosure, denial-of-service attacks or local memory corruption against the affected system and a complete control of the system may also be possible. This vulnerability exists only if one gains access to the Maintenance LAN to which Blade Maintenance Entity, Integrated Maintenance Entity or Maintenance Entity product is connected. **Workaround:** Block the UDP port 17185(In the Maintenance LAN Network Switch/Firewall). Fix: Install following SPRs, which are already available: * T1805A01^AAI (Integrated Maintenance Entity) * T4805A01^AAZ (Blade Maintenance Entity). These SPRs are also usable with the following RVUs: * J06.19.00 ? J06.23.01. No fix planned for the following RVUs: J06.04.00 ? J06.18.01. No fix planned for H-Series NonStop systems. No fix planned for the product T2805 (Maintenance Entity).
References: [CVE-2020-7131], [XFDB-180715]
Schneider Electric SCADAPack could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the system, caused by the enablement of the VxWorks debug agent. By sending specially-crafted requests to UDP Port 17185, an attacker could exploit this vulnerability to gain control of the device or cause a denial of service.
||vxWorks WDB remote debugging ONCRPC
Related ports: 7 512
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