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Re: Re: Attacking the local LAN via XSS
From: "pdp (architect)" <pdp.gnucitizen () googlemail com>
Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2006 14:06:57 +0100
I agree with you. Sometimes routers do not have http enabled although
I believe that most administrators enable this service to perform
easy/remote administration tasks. However, it is quite common to find
http enabled devices. :) printers, wireless printers, cameras... you
name it. Attacking these devices is not that severe as attacking the
border router however, if the attacker is able to misconfigure one or
more of these devices some bad things can happen (DoS, etc).
IMHO, if you want to do stuff on lower level, you need to think of
that are designed to run on the WEB. This is why, IMHO, they are quite
good platform for performing WEB/HTTP based attacks.
On 8/4/06, Thierry Zoller <Thierry () zoller lu> wrote:
Dear pdp (architect),
pa> BTW, there are quite a lot cisco devices that have http open on local
pa> LAN vulnerable to IOS HTTP Authorization Vulnerability.
That's my point, I have done an ehaustive amount of pentest, I have
never come accross a router with accessible HTTP port. Maybe that's
related to the nature of the networks though.
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Re: Attacking the local LAN via XSS Florian Weimer (Aug 10)