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Opentwrt Login / Configuration Interface

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What is the "Opentwrt Login / Configuration Interface?"

The "Opentwrt Login / Configuration Interface" module is designed to detect misconfigurations in the OpenWrt router's login and configuration interface. OpenWrt is an open-source firmware that can be installed on various routers to enhance their functionality and security. This module focuses on identifying any vulnerabilities or weaknesses in the login and configuration interface of OpenWrt routers.

This module has an informative severity level, which means it provides valuable insights and recommendations for improving the security of the router's interface. It is an essential tool for network administrators and security professionals who want to ensure the proper configuration and protection of OpenWrt routers.


If misconfigurations or vulnerabilities are detected in the OpenWrt router's login and configuration interface, it can lead to unauthorized access, data breaches, or unauthorized changes to the router's settings. This can compromise the security and privacy of the network and the devices connected to it. By using the "Opentwrt Login / Configuration Interface" module, potential risks can be identified and mitigated before they are exploited by malicious actors.

How the module works?

The "Opentwrt Login / Configuration Interface" module works by sending HTTP requests to the target router's login and configuration interface. It then analyzes the responses received and applies matching conditions to determine if any misconfigurations or vulnerabilities are present.

For example, one of the HTTP requests sent by this module is a GET request to the "/cgi-bin/luci/" path. It expects the response body to contain the words "

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Concurrent Requests (1)
1. HTTP Request template
Matching conditions
word: <title>OpenWrt, Powered by LuCI
Passive global matcher
No matching conditions.
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