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## https://sploitus.com/exploit?id=C1BC55C1-525A-529B-ADAF-CBD212D4DE5C
# PoC for CVE-2023-22960 
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## Details
This vulnerability allows an attacker to bypass the credentials brute-force prevention mechanism of the Embedded Web Server (interface) of more than 60 Lexmark printer models. This issue affects both username-password and PIN authentication.

**Official security advisory** -> https://publications.lexmark.com/publications/security-alerts/CVE-2023-22960.pdf

**PoC tested against**:
 - Lexmark MX622adhe 
 - Lexmark CX735adse 
 - Lexmark MX521ade

#### Video Presentation
In this video I demonstrate the issue as well as how to write an http(s) login bruteforce script with Python.  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuAqTScr_3s

## Preview

Without the brute-force prevention bypass:  
![image](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/75489922/214288009-d0cda79b-e604-478a-9bbc-39175c20a6ab.png)


Applying the the brute-force prevention bypass:  
![image](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/75489922/214286428-fb2cc7b3-9c58-4aed-a343-2d66610ca407.png)