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This page will be dedicated to a general overview, descriptions, and information related to the Panasonic DMP-BDT230 Blu-Ray player.
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The pin-out for UART can be found on the image below.
config_file.txt and config_file_global.txt
This Blu-Ray player uses a form of binary config files, to modify and parse this we have created the following tools.
- [parse_config.py] - Parses config files and gives a position that can be used to modify with edit_config.sh
- [edit_config.sh] - Modifies a config_file.txt or config_file_global.txt file based on a position and value.
Network Drive Folder Name Command Injection
There is a command sanitization bug within the Network Share "folder name" field. When adding a network share a user is able to use a special syntax to execute root commands on the device.
- Click home to go to the main menu
- Hit up on the remotes arrow pad to take you to the "Network" menu
- Press Left on the remotes arrow pad to take you to the "Network Drive" menu.
- Press Up, left, OR right to take you to any of the available types ("Music", "Photos", "Videos")
- Choose "Add a network drive"
- Enter in any IP Address (EX: 127.0.0.1)
- Enter in the command you want to execute within the "Shared Folder Name" field in the following format $(COMMANDHERE). (EX:
- Enter in any "User ID"
- Enter in any "Password" (EX: a)
- Click "Connect"