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Which TCP/IP stack type in the SDK?
544038381
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Posted: Mon, 2020-12-21 19:51
Hello Everyone,
 
Request urgent help, AMNESIA:33 is a set of 33 vulnerabilities that impact four open source TCP/IP stacks (uIP, FNET, picoTCP and Nut/Net), which collectively serve as the foundational components of millions of connected devices worldwide. These vulnerabilities primarily cause memory corruption, allowing attackers to compromise devices, execute malicious code, perform denial-of-service attacks and steal sensitive information.
 
I would like to confirm the Wi-Fi IoT module us the which type of TCP/IP stack? It 's related our biggest customer, they are seriously  concerned about this issue.
 
Looking forward to your quick reply
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Posted: Tue, 2020-12-22 18:49

QCA4020 SDK is using QCOM modified internal stack which is not impacted with AMNESIA:33 vulnerabilities.

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544038381
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Posted: Wed, 2020-12-23 17:24

Dear raja_pedada

Thanks for your reply.

What is named for the QCOM modified internal stack?  

Do you know whether QCA4004 SDK is  using QCOM modified internal stack or not? 

I use the QCA4004 module in previouse and there is some products that had been appeared on the market. 

And the new product switch to the QCA4020 module.

So i wish to get your help to confirm that which TCP/IP stack type for QCA4004 module.

Wish to get your reply soon.

Best Regards

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted: Wed, 2020-12-23 21:30
All QCA40xx series modules use QCOM modified Interniche stack and are not imapacted with AMNESIA:33 vulnerabilities.

 

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544038381
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Posted: Thu, 2020-12-24 06:27

Dear raja_pedada

Thanks for your reply very much. 

Happy Christmas.

Best Regards

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544038381
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Posted: Tue, 2021-01-05 19:21

Dear raja_pedada

We want to know more information about QCOM modified Interniche stack. For example, is the stack an Open Source TCPIP stack, what version, or a QualComm Proprietary TCPIP stack?  These question from our customer Bosch that their products is using QCA4004 WiFi module.

Best wish to get yout reply.

Best Regards

 

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544038381
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Posted: Tue, 2021-01-12 02:24

Dear raja_pedada

We want to know more information about QCOM modified Interniche stack. For example, is the stack an Open Source TCPIP stack, what version, or a QualComm Proprietary TCPIP stack?  These question from our customer Bosch that their products is using QCA4004 WiFi module.

Best wish to get yout reply.

Best Regards

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