Earlier this year I took a closer look again at the Zyxel GS1900-8 switch. Last time I mainly looked at the firmware itself, however this time I took a closer look at a different vector to test this device. Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) Based on an educated guess I started poking around the LLDP pages on the web interface. LLDP is a layer 2 network protocol described in IEEE 802.
or, how I found multiple vulnerabilities on a lazy Sunday afternoon Earlier this year the NSA released Ghidra, a reverse engineering suite with support for a large number of CPU/MCU instruction sets. While I have some experience with Hopper and radare2 I wanted to play with Ghidra to poke around the firmware for my Zyxel GS1900-8 switch which runs on a 32-bit MIPS CPU. All in all this has turned out to be an interesting exploration of both Ghidra and the GS1900-8-2.