Turning the unknown into knowledge
This blog post discusses a memory corruption vulnerability in TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Router Archer AX20(EU), specifically in the MiniDLNA service. The vulnerability results from improper bounds checking and can lead to a stack-based buffer overflow, potentially allowing remote code execution. The post details the exploitation process and the development of a proof-of-concept exploit code for the Pwn2Own competition. The authors emphasize the importance of understanding the code and securing systems to prevent exploitation.