A security vulnerability (0Day) of D-LINK routers has just been discovered. The gap allows you to log on to the router's online page as a device administrator.
Vulnerability affects DIR-652, DIR-615, DIR-827, DIR-615, DIR-657, and DIR-825.
Open the router's web interface and try to log in as "User" or "user". The address is as follows:
The source page shows the following:
:: view-source port / wizard_wan.asp
If you go down the source code page you will see this:
admin password in plain text (yes means the code is in plain text).
The point is that all of the D-LINK models mentioned above do not need a password to connect to the router's configuration page.
You can connect with the above names and a blank password. Ports that you can try: 8080 or 8081.
So a malicious user can connect to your router if he knows your IP (it is very easy to find out), and cause you various problems, such as redirecting you to phishing pages to steal valuable passwords. .
The void (0Day) was just revealed now at seclists.org by Marty. It was originally announced on 25 June of 2019, but today it is available for the entire internet.
Do you own one of the above routers? Change your password immediately if you are still using the factory.