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RE: Pentesting a Web Applicaton
From: "Stong, Ian C CTR DISA GIG-CS" <Ian.Stong.ctr () disa mil>
Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2007 10:20:57 -0400

Because I have years of configuration and tweaks on it and various
services would be down while reconfiguring it.  Looking for little to no
downtime.  As an example I run VOIP through it with specific source
destination pairs and specific port/protocol filters.  Multiply that by
30 and you have the configuration that I would have to redo on the
device. Meanwhile downtime while configuring and sniffing each
application to determine exact ports to allow through, VPN peers to
establish, applications to NAT, port remappings for public to private
ports.....


Thanks


-----Original Message-----
From: Eric Smith [mailto:defcon47 () yahoo com] 
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2007 1:13 AM
To: Stong, Ian C CTR DISA GIG-CS; PenTest
Subject: Re: Pentesting a Web Applicaton

Why not just reset the router? In the amount of time you would waste to
brute force or dictionary attack it, you could reset, reconfig and be
back up and running in minutes.

----- Original Message ----
From: "Stong, Ian C CTR DISA GIG-CS" <Ian.Stong.ctr () disa mil>
To: PenTest <pen-test () securityfocus com>
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2007 12:29:33 PM
Subject: Pentesting a Web Applicaton

Hi,

I have a DLINK router/wireless device that has a web interface for
managing it via the inside interface. I know the username but the
password was cached and due to some Winblows issues the info is gone. 

Would like some advice for tools I can run (on Windows) to attempt to
find the password. I tried brutus but wasn't able to get it to work
properly (or I misconfigured).  

When you access the router via web interface a popup comes up asking for
username/pwd. It says "Enter username and password for "DI-514" at
y.y.y.y - Then it has fields for User Name: and Password: - and then OK
or Cancel.


You help is appreciated,

Ian Stong

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