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The HS110 Smart Plug regularly tries to connect to the TP-Link cloud server at devs.tplinkcloud.com:50443 using TLS. This behavior continues even if the HS110 Smart Plug is configured as "local only" in the Kasa app. Fortunately for us, there is a command to change the cloud server URL:
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This allows an attacker on the local network to unregister the device, forcing the device owner to register again. The attacker can then capture the bind registration command sent by the Kasa app and sees the owner's tplinkcloud.com credentials in cleartext!
The commands connect to a TFTP Server, download a file called nart.out, make it executable and run it. This can be easily used to root the device. All one would need to do is to host a shell script called nart.out on a TFTP server with the IP 192.168.0.100 under the path ap_bin/ap121/. The shell script would start the busybox telnetd daemon:
As expected, the HS110 Smart Plug connects to our hs_test AP. We then observe the Smart Plug going through its regular setup: Request an IP via DHCP, synchronize the time using a server from the NTP-Pool (cn.pool.ntp.org) and connect to the TP-Link Cloud server at devs.tplinkcloud.com:50443.
To build a LibraryBox, you need a router and a USB thumb drive. You can build a LibraryBox v2.1 with a variety of different router hardware, depending on your use-case and need. At the moment, Librarybox v2.1 supports 12 different pieces of hardware. These are the suggested ones, a complete list can be found see below in the Download section.TP-Link MR3020The MR3020 is the "standard" LibraryBox hardware, about the size of a hockey puck and cheap and easy to find. - The latest revision of the MR3020 is NOT compatible with this firmware. If you just purchased an MR3020, it will probably NOT work with this.TP-Link MR3040The MR3040 is an upgrade from the 3020, in that has a built-in battery pack for on-the-go ease of use.TP-Link WR703nThe WR703n is the non-US version of the MR3020, available in Japan, China, and elsewhere in the world. DO NOT confuse this with the 702n, which does not have a USB port and isn't suitable for use with LibraryBox.TP-Link WR842nThe WR842n is best for non-portable LibraryBox installations, or where you want the power of external antenna to broadcast your signal. Make sure that you download the correct version of the firmware for your hardware.TP-Link TL-MR10UThe MR10U is a portable router with a built-in 2600 mAh battery for charging other devices built in. It is primarily a non-US piece of hardware, so if you are in the US, tread carefully. TP-Link MR13UThe MR13U is also a portable router for the non-US market, but this one has a 10,000 mAh battery, plenty for running the LibraryBox for over a full day of use.
Setting up your LibraryBox for FTP will allow you to upload, download, and delete files from the "Shared" directory from a computer connected to the wifi signal, without having to physically interact with the LibraryBox or the USB drive. Once you have it setup, you will be able to use any FTP software to login and change the Shared files.Follow the steps below to enable FTP access on your LibraryBox.
Once you have downloaded your new driver, you'll need to install it. In Windows, use a built-in utility called Device Manager, which allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.
On Windows: Windows Attachment Manager could have removed the file that you tried to download. To see what files you can download, or why your file was blocked, check your Windows Internet security settings.
Change your machines IP address to 192.168.0.66. The router will try toconnect to this address and download the image from it in a future step. Thisrequires a subnet setting of 255.255.255.0, with a gateway of 0.0.0.0.
Hello, i am using kali linux in vm i have already downloaded dictionary in my windows folder can u suggest me a way how can i find that in linux (vm), or is there any process which needs to be done.. Thank you in adv
I have a question. How can I use RockYou2021.txt.gz ? for example, after I downloaded it and put it on Kali linux in any folders, what should I do that wifite2 use it as wordlist as default? because I can not replace it on /usr/share/wordlist/.
I wanted a one-liner that didn't download any files; here is an example of piping the cookie output into the next request. I only tested the following on Gentoo, but it should work in most *nix environments:
When you want to use wget to download some file from a site which requires login, you just need a cookie file.In order to generate the cookie file, I choose lynx.lynx is a text web browser.First you need a configure file for lynx to save cookie.Create a file lynx.cfg. Write these configuration into the file.
You can install this plugin in Firefox: -US/firefox/addon/cliget/?src=cb-dl-toprated Start downloading what you want and click on the plugin. It gives you the whole command either for wget or curl to download the file on the serer. Very easy!
RockYou, also known as RockYou2021 is a password dictionary list that helps to perform different kinds of password-breaking attacks. It is a collection of the most used and potential weak logins collected from sources like Gmail, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. Now you can use the RockYou.txt download to try better combinations and have much better success in cracking passwords.
Password lists are like the golden key to the treasure chest you want to open. There are millions of combinations available in them that you can use with tools like Brutus cracker. This article allows you to get your hands on the RockYou2021.txt download which is the latest Rockyou password list leaked in a breach online. Do not forget to unzip it at the end.
TP-Link adaptors are generally very good. Their site ( -link.com/us/download/TL-WN725N.html#Driver) includes Linux drivers. I do not know if Endless includes support for those drivers the drivers, but TP-Link adaptors generally work out of the box with various Linux distress.
@wove I purchased TP-LINK TL-WN823N. I am able to see the list of available wireless networks but am not able to connect to them. I downloaded the Linux driver from this link -link.com/us/download/TL-WN823N.html#Driver. Is Linux the correct driver to download? If so, how do I install the driver?
Both Galaxy phones and Chromebooks use Google software and can connect to your Google account. This makes it easy to share content between both devices, whether you want to send photos to yourself or transfer important documents. With your phone and Chromebook, you have the option to upload files manually to Google Drive or sync them automatically using your Google account. Your Chromebook can also download many of the same Android apps that are on your Galaxy phone, for even more flexibility.
To make your life a little easier, you can download and use some of your phone's Android apps on your Chromebook! That's right, newer Chromebook models (2017 or later) can use apps from the Play Store.
On your phone, navigate to and open the Google Drive app; it may be located in the Google folder. Navigate to the folder or location that has the file you want to download. When you find the file, tap More options (the three vertical dots) next to it, and then tap Download. Depending on the size of the file, it may take a few minutes to download. Alternatively, you can move files from Google Drive and onto your phone using the My Files app.
On your Chromebook, navigate to and open Google Drive. Find the folder or location in your Drive with the file you want to download. Select your desired file, and then select the Download icon. Depending on the size of the file, it may take a few minutes to download.
Many Linksys routers require a special version of tftp that has a simple form of authentication. You can download and compile a special version of tftp that works on these routers from: -tftp/linksys-tftp.php(you will need to unpack the tarball and compile the program)
When installing and configuring OpenWRT, I also downloaded the last version of the Archer C7 official firmware image provided by TP-Link and decided to analyze it. Just for fun, and to write a little bit about binwalk, one of the best tools for this job!
Lets start by trying the Generic Openwrt Ath79 Software for the CPE510 V3 -ath79-generic-tplink_cpe510-v3-squashfs-factory.binYou will need to use SSH to connect to the device on IP 192.168.1.1 if it loads
The next thing to try is to download and upgrade to the latest stable release for the CPE 510 V3 located here Once it it running the Stable release 126.96.36.199 lets see if it works correctly.Additionally it is a good idea to have a dumb switch between your computer and the Device when updating or configuring it.
OK, so I wimped out on the CPE210 v2.8 tests, so I decided I had a CPE510v3 which was running 188.8.131.52 that I could take the risk of semi-bricking (aka required mud-wrestling) and attempt to upgrade that to the new 184.108.40.206 release. Nope!I removed the infamous MeshChat, stood on one foot and rebooted a few times (from 2 meters away) and then attempted to do a local file upload of 220.127.116.11 sysupgrade on a direct link from my laptop and it *failed* several times despite choosing to NOT keeping settings etc. Luckily nothing got changed so I can pretend that I didn't place its digital life in danger ...I'll downloaded the support file and will email to Joe.- Don - AA7AU
N3XKD As the CPE510 V3.8 Is relatively new it is possible that the chipset has changed from the V2 or V3 devices.I will look at building a version based on the ATH79 Branch of Openwrt for you to test but it may take a few days.Once I have it ready I will provide a link for you to download it. 041b061a72