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I have a doubt. At my current workplace we have an open wifi. Every time I connect to it I get my wifi connection with my phone. I wanna know how I can control my wifi connection without root my phone. In my city there's no spot for OTP.
We can control it as guest ( not sure how to hack a guest but i will find out) and if not there could be a root exploit to control it. To find out how to be guest just go to
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As much as I would love to try this, it's not really possible. Wi-Fi is kind of a special deal. It runs on it's own little network. There's a bunch of stuff that has to be enabled in order for it to work. How would it know that you wanted to change your password, or even change your SSID? You can't really add or remove services. You could, however, test for the presence of certain services, and see if they are present, and if not, check if the service can be enabled. And then again, not really a simple way to do anything. But, you could write a script that does all of that.
Also, it wouldn't be able to do anything. Any changes to the service would have to be made by a device that has the WPA2 protocol turned on, and uses the TKIP/AES encryption for the encryption/decryption. Then the request to the service would have to be sent through your phone. And finally, it would have to be downloaded. But then again, it wouldn't be very useful.
I was bored so thought I would share my findings. I was testing a device with IOS 8.1. I went to type "" and found a couple of apps. I then set a breakpoint in the JIT library ( which gives me the ability to break into the JIT. I started going through each function, and was able to make the machine request "ipconfig" and then decrypt the response for fun and profit. Basically, this is the tool for getting to the kernel on the phone. I'm not sure if there is a way to actually interact with the kernel from the JIT, but I'm sure there is.
To answer your question, no, you cannot control the router as a guest, or in any way directly. But you could write a script that would spoof the login information in the request. If you wanted, you 0b46394aab