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Tasmota Configuration Exposure

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What is the "Tasmota Configuration Exposure?"

The "Tasmota Configuration Exposure" module is designed to detect misconfigurations in the Tasmota firmware. Tasmota is an open-source firmware that provides control over various IoT devices. This module focuses on identifying potential security vulnerabilities related to the configuration settings of Tasmota.

This module has a medium severity level, indicating that the identified misconfigurations could potentially lead to security risks if left unaddressed.

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If misconfigurations are detected using this module, it could expose sensitive information or provide unauthorized access to the Tasmota firmware. This could potentially lead to unauthorized control over IoT devices, data breaches, or other security incidents.

How does the module work?

The "Tasmota Configuration Exposure" module works by analyzing the HTTP responses received from the target system. It uses specific matching conditions to identify instances where the Tasmota firmware or related information is present in the response body.

For example, one of the matching conditions may involve searching for keywords such as "Firmware" and "Tasmota" in the response body. If these keywords are found, it indicates the presence of Tasmota firmware, which may suggest potential misconfigurations.

The module does not send any HTTP requests itself but relies on the responses received during the scanning process.

It is important to note that this module is designed to detect misconfigurations and not actively exploit them. Its purpose is to provide information about potential vulnerabilities so that appropriate actions can be taken to secure the Tasmota firmware.



max-request: 1
verified: true
shodan-query: title:"Tasmota"

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Passive global matcher
word: Firmware, Tasmotaor
word: Theo Arends, <h2>Tasmota</h2>
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