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TeslaMate - Unauthenticated Access

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What is "TeslaMate - Unauthenticated Access?"

The "TeslaMate - Unauthenticated Access" module is designed to detect a misconfiguration in Teslamate, a software used for monitoring and analyzing Tesla vehicle data. This module focuses on identifying unauthorized access to the "/settings" endpoint, which can potentially expose sensitive information.

This module has a medium severity level, indicating that if left unaddressed, it could pose a moderate risk to the security of the Teslamate installation.

This module was authored by For3stCo1d.


If the misconfiguration is present and exploited, unauthorized individuals may gain access to the "/settings" endpoint in Teslamate. This could potentially expose sensitive information, such as configuration settings and URLs associated with the Teslamate installation.

How does the module work?

The module performs a GET request to the "/settings" endpoint and applies specific matching conditions to determine if the misconfiguration is present. The matching conditions include:

- Checking if the response body contains the phrases "Settings · TeslaMate" and "URLs". - Verifying that the response status code is 200 (OK).

If both matching conditions are met, the module identifies the misconfiguration and reports it as a vulnerability.

Here is an example of the HTTP request sent by the module:

GET /settings

The module then analyzes the response to determine if the misconfiguration is present based on the defined matching conditions.

Please note that this description provides a high-level overview of the module's functionality. For more technical details, refer to the JSON definition of the module.

Module preview

Concurrent Requests (1)
1. HTTP Request template
Matching conditions
word: Settings · TeslaMate, URLs</h2>and
status: 200
Passive global matcher
No matching conditions.
On match action
Report vulnerability