Recovering router password using Burp Suite dictionary attack
Few weeks ago, during cleaning up, I found an old access point/router. I wanted to attach it to my network and do some tests, but I did not remember the password for configuring it through its web access page. I knew it had to be some default user/password but I did not succeed in my tries. I thought it was the right time to prepare a small dictionary attack. There are many powerful tools for this task but I used "Burp Suite" because I love it and I try to use it whenever I can. Furthermore is a perfect tool for understanding what happen behind the scenes during these kind of attacks.
I made the following video trying to explain this process. I hope you find it helpful.
If you want you can download the 'combinator' script used in the video -> combinator.rb.
In: Backtrack, Blackbuntu, Kali, Linux, Windows · Tagged with: Bruteforce, Burp Suite, HTTP, Kali, Linux