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Posted on 04-11-06 05:31
Hey guys,

I use D-Link DI-524 router and I just noticed that I have a NAT problem. However, to fix this requires the admin password which I do not have, nor do I have physical access to said router. If anyone could help me out, that would be great. If it helps at all (I know it will) here's an online emulator of the routers UI:

http://support.dl. . .ors/di524/

Thanks in advance!




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Posted on 04-11-06 09:31
Since u dont have physical access to it, Id say that the only way is to brute it .(bite me if i know which program to use)
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Posted on 04-11-06 11:22
chuckstudios wrote:
to fix this requires the admin password which I do not have, nor do I have physical access to said router.


Lol so you're trying to say that you can't get physical access to your own router? Something tells me it isn't yours... Wink


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Posted on 04-11-06 11:24
user: admin
pass: admin

works on majority of routers. its the default password which not many people change.

worth a shot.


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Posted on 04-11-06 11:39
Well then Smile

The default username for the router is: admin
and no pasword (!)

Stuff like this can be found on http://www.phenoe. . .l/dpl.html


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Posted on 04-11-06 11:50
or admin:password


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Posted on 04-11-06 12:16
not sure if this will work, but you can run a packet sniffer and wait for someone to log in Wink
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Posted on 04-11-06 13:54
Mr_Cheese wrote:
user: admin
pass: admin

works on majority of routers. its the default password which not many people change.

worth a shot.


Uber0n wrote:
Well then Smile

The default username for the router is: admin
and no pasword (!)

Stuff like this can be found on http://www.phenoe. . .l/dpl.html


system_meltdown wrote:
or adminPfftassword


None of these work. I believe the "Quick Setup Wizard" or something similar requires you to change the admin account's password on the initial setup.

Can anyone point me in the direction of a good word list?




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Posted on 04-11-06 14:12
A good wordlist? I like Openwall's wordlist Smile

ftp://ftp.openwall.com/pub/wordlists/all.gz

About 40MB unzipped Wink many languages as well.


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Posted on 04-11-06 20:22
By default the username is admin, and the password is blank.