Nowadays, wireless 4G connections are fairly popular way of connecting to internet. Most of the internet service providers provide at least some form of 4G-package and usually they also include a free 4G-modem along with the 4G-package. These free devices are usually just re-branded versions of other vendor’s devices. This blog post examines various vulnerabilities of a re-branded ZTE MF910 4G modem.
Here is a small guide on how to create a BadUSB – stick with a meterpreter payload to Linux. BadUSB can be a normal USB memory stick with a customized firmware that’ll have the computer to recognize the device as a keyboard. Because of this, the computer thinks that there’s always a user typing on the keyboard, which is a pretty nasty exploit and enables a lot of possibilities.
Hacking TP-Link TL-SC3171G IP-camera and gaining root access.