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Date: Sun, 6 Mar 2022 10:08:21 +0100
From: Gabriel Corona <>
Subject: Re: DNS rebinding on ReadyMedia/minidlna v1.3.0 and

On 03/03/2022 21:56, Gabriel Corona wrote:
> ReadyMedia [1] (formerly MiniDLNA) v1.3.0 and below is vulnerable to DNS 
> rebinding attacks. A malicious remote web server may trick the user 
> browser into triggering arbitrary UPnP requests on the local DLNA server 
> and observe the result of these actions. Moreover, the shared files are 
> accessible through DNS rebinding as well.
> A remote malicious server could exploit the user browser in order to:
> * list the available media files and exfiltrate this list;
> * download the media files and exfiltrate them.
> This has been fixed in ReadyMedia v1.3.1.
> [1]

This is CVE-2022-26505.


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