Real-World CSRF attack hijacks DNS Server configuration of TP-Link routers

Introduction Analysis of the exploit Analysis of the CSRF payload Consequences of a malicious DNS server Prevalence of the exploit Recommendations to mitigate the problem Affected Devices References Introduction Today the majority of wired Internet connections is used with an embedded NAT router, which allows using the same Internet connection with several devices in parallel and also provides some protection against incoming attacks from the Internet. Most of these routers


usage: [-h] [-f FILE] [--config FILE] [-p NAME] [--ui-mode MODE] [-v] [-q] [--color] [--no-color] [--audit-name NAME] [-db DATABASE] [-nd] [-i FILENAME] [-ni] [-o FILENAME] [-no] [--full] [--brief] [--max-connections MAX_CONNECTIONS] [--allow-subdomains] [--forbid-subdomains] [-r DEPTH] [-l MAX_LINKS] [--follow-redirects] [--no-follow-redirects] [--follow-first] [--no-follow-first] [-pu USER] [-pp PASS] [-pa ADDRESS:PORT] [--cookie COOKIE] [--cookie-file FILE] [--persistent-cache] [--volatile-cache] [-a PLUGIN:KEY=VALUE] [-e PLUGIN] [-d PLUGIN] [--max-concurrent N] [--plugins-folder PATH] COMMAND [TARGET [TARGET ...]] available commands: 可用

Zabbix Authenticated Remote Command Execution, zabbix远程命令执行

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