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ESPEasy Mega Panel Exposure

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What is the "ESPEasy Mega Panel Exposure?" module?

The "ESPEasy Mega Panel Exposure" module is designed to detect misconfigurations in the ESPEasy Mega software. ESPEasy Mega is an open-source firmware that allows users to control and monitor their IoT devices. This module focuses on identifying vulnerabilities in the ESPEasy Mega panel, which could potentially expose sensitive information or allow unauthorized access. The severity of this module is classified as high, indicating the potential for significant security risks.

This module was authored by ritikchaddha.


If a misconfiguration is detected in the ESPEasy Mega panel, it could lead to various security issues. These may include unauthorized access to the panel, exposure of sensitive information, or potential manipulation of connected IoT devices. It is crucial to address any identified misconfigurations promptly to mitigate these risks.

How does the module work?

The "ESPEasy Mega Panel Exposure" module operates by performing HTTP requests and evaluating specific matching conditions. It checks for the presence of certain keywords, such as "ESP Easy Mega," "Config," and "Tools," within the body of the HTTP response. Additionally, it verifies that the HTTP response status code is 200 (OK).

By analyzing these conditions, the module determines whether the ESPEasy Mega panel is potentially misconfigured and vulnerable to exploitation. It provides valuable insights into the security posture of the panel and helps identify areas that require attention.

Here is an example of an HTTP request that the module may send:

GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: [target_host]
User-Agent: Vidoc

The module's matching conditions are as follows:

- The body of the HTTP response must contain the keywords "ESP Easy Mega," "Config," and "Tools." - The HTTP response status code must be 200 (OK).

When these conditions are met, the module triggers a vulnerability report, indicating the potential exposure of the ESPEasy Mega panel.

Module preview

Concurrent Requests (0)
Passive global matcher
word: ESP Easy Mega:, Config, Toolsand
status: 200
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