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Saulomo

Hacking my own router.

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I have a pathetic ISP that won't allow me to access my router. I want to open some ports, and I intend to hack the router in order to do this. But how? I currently have Hydra and Medusa, but I can't get Medusa to work properly. If this can't be done in Hydra, please include a small tut on how to use Medusa.

Thank you.

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Search online for the router's default password. Most ISP's leave their routers with a default password when they install them (like 1234, 12345, password, or admin). They can either be accessed through a webpage or telnet.

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No, it is not one of the default passwords. They don't give us the passwords because they don't want us to enter the router, and I have tried all default combinations.

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Maybe you could post the router name, type, specs etc so we can help you better.

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Its a AT-iMG634W

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What are you trying to achieve? I'm guessing access to machine(s) on you LAN from the outside world. Is this just access for yourself, or are you attempting to run a service for (random) other people?

You could have a machine inside you LAN make an outgoing connection to a VPN service. This will allow you to connect into your LAN from the outside/internet (via the VPN).

Cheers,

Mungewell

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hydra -l {USERNAME} -P {WORDLIST} -e ns -f -s -vV {ROUTER IP ADDRESS} http-get /

this usually works for me, with a good word list.

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Here is a recent topic of brute-forcing such a device.
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