Cobham Satcom Sailor 800 and 900 devices contained persistent XSS, which required administrative access to exploit. The vulnerability was exploitable by acquiring a copy of the device’s configuration file, inserting an XSS payload into a relevant field (e.g., Satellite name), and then restoring the malicious configuration file.
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