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NAT Router scanning

Discussion in 'Information Gathering' started by patrix, Feb 23, 2014.

  1. patrix

    patrix New Member

    Feb 22, 2014
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    Hi guys and girls!

    I'm looking for useful informations about bypassing a router which uses NAT for the internal network behind it.
    I read a lot about this topic but I couldn't find useful informations. I know that it is possible with social engineering
    to gain access to a remote machine but I'm wondering if there are any possibilities to bypass a router if I know
    the public IP. I think this is a very interesting topic but I need a push in the right direction. I found some informations
    about a possibility by using modified UDP packets but these were not very detailed.

    I hope some of you are interested in this topic too.

    Many thanks for your replies,

  2. AfterBurn

    AfterBurn Member

    Jun 4, 2013
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    Well, I'd scan the public IP and look for any services being port forwarded. Attack that machine behind the NAT firewall, and then use pivoting to scan/attack the rest of the network. Also, sometimes, the routers have remote admin on, so you can try and Brute force that login, and forward everything in :)

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