Does 2.2.6 address this backdoor?
tontoOz last edited by
Evidently there is a backdoor to pfSense:
Does pfSense 2.2.6 address this and how much of a problem is it?
Gertjan last edited by
Can't make this work …. ;)
Back then (April 2015) we had also (the same) http://seclist.us/pfsense_xmlrpc_backdoor-a-php-backdoor-on-a-pfsense-firewall-over-xmlrpc-php.html
Anyway : start here : https://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=71015.0 (more threads exists)
cmb last edited by
That's not a "backdoor" or even a vulnerability, it was named by a moron.
It's using administrative functions of the system, post-authentication as a root-level user, to copy files to the system. It can be summarized as "I can root your box, just give me your root password." Uh huh, you can. With every OS ever created. When you're authenticated with full administrative credentials, there is no limit to what you can do, whether pfSense or Windows or Linux or BSD or anything else.