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Most people leave the router settings as default. So Would it be possible to open the browser, send something like 192.168.0.1 or whatever the default IP is. Login using the default user name and password. Then change some settings like open some ports on the firewall to allow you access to the network over the internet.

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Most people leave the router settings as default. So Would it be possible to open the browser, send something like 192.168.0.1 or whatever the default IP is. Login using the default user name and password. Then change some settings like open some ports on the firewall to allow you access to the network over the internet.

If you know the router you want to try it on before hand I reckon you can modify the payload ahead of time.

But there are so many different kinds of routers out there there wouldn't be any real way to standardize it.

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Yes, but the actual page on the router for changing setting can vary SOO much. whatever you want to do will most likly be on a different tab even than another router, but it's definatly possible, but will only work on a small amount of routers, unless you made a HUGE database (which is very impractical, there are so many routers, and even different firmware versions...)

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Yes, but the actual page on the router for changing setting can vary SOO much. whatever you want to do will most likly be on a different tab even than another router, but it's definatly possible, but will only work on a small amount of routers, unless you made a HUGE database (which is very impractical, there are so many routers, and even different firmware versions...)

That is a good point. But it will work if you know what targets set up is. so this idea is not totally useless but very impractical.

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yeah this would be tough i bet all the login field id's are different

then you'd somehow have to map the router ... get the make and model then reference a db/list of default username & pwds

although you could control software based firewalls that run through command line

like ufw on linux but you'd still have the hardware to negotiate

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