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  1. https://ufile.io/c755f preview AV Test
  2. Security researchers from Trend micro recently discovered a new JavaScript-based malware that infects your mobile devices and also attacks your home router by altering its DNS (Domain Name System) settings. This new threat was named as JS_JITON and was first noticed in end of December 2015, continuing to infect devices up until this day, hitting its peak in February 2016, with over 1,500 infections per day. Researchers say that the malware spreads it’s infection chain in a very simple way. Attackers place their code in some websites and wait for users to visit
  3. Salut.De cateva zile m-am uitat pe site-ul emag(tot primesc spam cu mega oferte etc.) si mi-am adus aminte ca nu mi-ar strica un router nou.Pe acesta il am acum Router wireless D-Link DIR-600 - eMAG.ro M-am uitat la aceste 2 modele, fiind cele mai cumparate Router Wireless-N Tenda F300, 300Mbps - eMAG.ro Router Wireless-N 300Mbps Asus RT-N12-D1 - eMAG.ro Care e diferenta dintre ele?Inafara de pret.Am vazut niste prostii pe acolo, gen ca pot creea mai multe retele pt diferiti useri, dar nu prea am nevoie de asa ceva, ca pe el stau eu si familia... Pe care mi-l recomandati?Sau...mai bine spus,
  4. Salut, cine ma poate ajuta cu un tutorial ca sa pot instala OpenWRT pe Router Pirelli Alice Gate VoIP 2 Plus Wi-Fi. Doresc sa transform un port LAN in WAN si sa il folosesc pe RDS. Am gasit pe un site in italiana dar nu prea inteleg... Multumesc anticipat.
  5. While the access points in organizations are usually under the protection of organization-wide security policies, home routers are less likely to be appropriately configured by their owners in absence of such central control. This provides a window of opportunity to neighboring Wi-Fi hackers. We talk about hacking a neighbor’s Wi-Fi since proximity to the access point is a must for wireless hacking—which is not an issue for a neighbor with an external antenna. With abundance of automated Wi-Fi hacking tools such as ‘Wifite’, it no longer takes a skilled attacker to breach Wi-Fi security. Chanc
  6. Router Scan is able to find and identify a variety of devices from a variety of known routers / routers, and most importantly - to pull out of them useful information, in particular the characteristics of the wireless network: a way to protect the access point (encryption), access point name (SSID) and key access point (passphrase). Also receives information about the WAN connection (useful when scanning the local network) and outputs the make and model of the router. Getting information occurs in two possible ways: the program will try to pick up a couple of login / password to the router fro
  7. # Title : Sagem F@st 3304-V2 Directory Traversal Vulnerability # Vendor : http://www.sagemcom.com # Severity : High # Tested Router : Sagem F@st 3304-V2 (3304, other versions may also be affected) # Date : 2015-03-01 # Author : Loudiyi Mohamed # Contact : Loudiyi.2010@gmail.com # Blog : https://www.linkedin.com/pub/mohamed-loudiyi/86/81b/603 # Vulnerability description: Sagem Fast is an ADSL Router using a web management interface in order to change configuration settings. The router is Sagem Fast is an
  8. Feature "It is far more common to find routers with critical flaws than without" - Craig Young "It's sad that end-user education about strong passwords, password safes, and phishing can be undone by something as innocuous as the blinking box in the corner of your room. - Peter Adkins Introduction Home and small business router security is terrible. Exploits emerge with depressing regularity, exposing millions of users to criminal activities. Many of the holes are so simple as to be embarrassing. Hard-coded credentials are so common in small home and office routers, comparatively to other tech
  9. Amnesia strikes as hacker discloses remote code exec flaws Domestic router Daddy D-Link is patching dangerous remote access flaws in several models of its networking gear. The patches follow a round of zero-day disclosures by Canadian researcher Peter Adkins early this week, after D-Link allegedly cut communication while he quietly disclosed the flaws. The most severe flaw allowed attackers to hijack the devices including changing DNS settings by creating malicious sites which exploit cross-site request forgeries. D-Link issued an advisory in which it warns DIR models 626L; 636L; 808L; 810L;
  10. ############################################################################# # # SWISSCOM CSIRT SECURITY ADVISORY - http://www.swisscom.com/security # ############################################################################# # # CVE ID: CVE-2015-1187 # Product: D-Link DIR636L # Vendor: D-Link # Subject: Remote Command Injection - Incorrect Authentication # Effect: Remotely exploitable # Author: Tiago Caetano Henriques, tiago.caetanohenriques AT swisscom.com # Stephan Rickauer, Swisscom CSIRT (csirt AT wisscom.com) # Date: March 2nd 2015 # ########################
  11. Pharming attacks are generally network-based intrusions where the ultimate goal is to redirect a victim’s web traffic to a hacker-controlled webserver, generally through a malicious modification of DNS settings. Some of these attacks, however, are starting to move to the web and have their beginnings with a spam or phishing email. Researchers at Kaspersky Lab have been watching this trend for some time, reporting in September on a particular campaign in Brazil targeting home routers using a combination of drive-by downloads and social engineering to steal banking and other credentials to sensi
  12. Router Hunter is a php script that scans for and exploits DNS change vulnerabilities in Shuttle Tech ADSL Modem-Router 915 WM and D-Link DSL-2740R routers and also exploits the credential disclosure vulnerability in LG DVR LE6016D devices. Download
  13. ##################################### Title:- Reflected XSS vulnarbility in Asus RT-N10 Plus router Author: Kaustubh G. Padwad Product: ASUS Router RT-N10 Plus Firmware: 2.1.1.1.70 Severity: Medium Auth: Requierd # Description: Vulnerable Parameter: flag= # Vulnerability Class: Cross Site Scripting (https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Top_10_2013-A3-Cross-Site_Scripting_(XSS)) # About Vulnerability: Asus Router RT-N10 Plus with firmware 2.1.1.70 is vulnarable for crosss site scripting attack,this may cause a huge network compemise. #Technical Details: The value of the flag request par
  14. In a blog post, Eloi said that During Christmas Holidays he forgot the admin interface password of his Linksys WAG200G router and in an effort to gain access back of its administration panel, he first scanned the Router and found a suspicious open TCP port i.e. 32764. To do further research on this port service, he downloaded a copy Linksys firmware and reverse-engineered it. He found was a secret backdoor interface that allowed him to send commands to the router from a command-line shell without being authenticated as the administrator. Then he tried to Brute-force the login available at th
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