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NetGear Router Config CSRF
Posted by: Lord0xF
Date: September 26, 2008 06:07PM

Not sure if this one has already been found. I just purchased a NetGear router and the way it configures over HTTP caught my attention: POST. Once authenticated in a session, embedding the following in an IMG tag or HTTP redirect will change the router's SSID To "MyRouterGotCSRFd":

You can also enable Remote Configuration, change the password, tamper with routing and rules, and much more. Since authentication must exist in advance (the request must be sent in a reasonable time frame in which the user is administrating the router), this attack can be very effective with some social engineering.

As for this one:

I think you get the idea guys ;)

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