Extract wifi credentials from a WiFi Printer?
by M3rcury - November 21, 2019 at 12:49 PM
#1
The scenario is like this: there is a wifi printer connected to a router (wpa2 encryption). The printer has its own ssid which is open (no password) and the web page is without password too. I can see that the printer is connected to xxxx ssid of a router but the password is not shown. The printer is an HP Laser Jet. Is there any way to extract plain text password of the wifi router? I already tried some tools (like PRET) on parrot but no luck. It only has 3 open ports (443, 80, 8080). No ssh. Any way to exploit it? Maybe js or exporting file systems? For sure the password is stored somewhere inside printer.
#2
(November 21, 2019 at 06:35 PM)wallach Wrote: Did you find anything about this?

No I did not ..I tried to analysis the traffic with wire shark but still no luck man...!! may be I am missing something...!!!
#3
Have you tried clearing the cache of both the computer and the printer? Could be done manually

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