Re: Can anyone point to a list of vulnerable devices?
Indeed, this is the kicker for me. I have a TP-Link M5350, and want to know if it's pwnable. I changed the login creds. This one is wi-fi only, no USB.
Also: USB modems with web interfaces, eh? I'm trying to get a new Samsung LTE dongle that simulates an Ethernet interface configured without using the crapware. I've successfully pulled out the drivers for my platform (OS X) and have the interface up (and also, it seems, a serial interface). But there isn't an answer to the DHCP client. Ultimately I'd like to plug it into a Draytek 2860, and have for this purpose probed it under Linux with usb_modeswitch, successfully. Not sure what to do from here; guess I'll have to guess some values, or get someone with sight to help me configure it using the bundled crapware. :(
To the poster who said it, they're absolutely correct that the entire mobile industry--from electronics makers with their zero-CD and locking shite to "Carriers" with their private deals with the electronics makers for implementing such restrictions as tethering and 4G limitation to the 3GPP and related (sub)standard bodies who bless this tripe--are a bunch of criminals who have committed great atrocities against the people.