Selfhost with Fire Tv

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  1. schraat
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    Hello i want you to know that when you have a Amazon Fire Tv,you can easy Selfhost the exploit.
    Im testing it last Night.
    Because i have a Fire Tv, and the Fire Tv is never off ,that means the Server runs everytime also when you put the Fire Tv in sleepmode.

    Sideload SimpleHttpServer to the fire tv, copy the folder with your exploits to the fire tv and set the RootDirectory in SimpleHttpServer Settings Menu to the Folder.
     
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  2. looseless

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    Even better, host your exploit on your router; that's what i do with openwrt+lighttpd.
     
  3. schraat
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    Youre right this is a great Solution. But its not suportet for my Telekom Router:-(
     
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    Yeah, my isp router doesn't support it too, but i got a cheap router (15 $), flashed it with openwrt and did a lot of projects with it. It's pretty cool if you're into network hacking.
     
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    Would you please post a tutorial of openwrt+lighttpd selfhost exploit server? It will be helpful!
     
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    Once you've flashed and configured openwrt you have to :
    • install lighttpd :
      Code:
      opkg update
      followed by
      Code:
      opkg install lighttpd
    • open the conf file :
      Code:
      vi /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf
    In that file edit the following:
    • set the path to your exploit files, for instance :
      Code:
      server.document-root        = "/etc/lighttpd/server"
    • uncomment and set the server port :
      Code:
      server.port = 8000
    • uncomment that line :
      Code:
      server.dir-listing          = "enable"
    • comment that one :
      Code:
      #include_shell "cat /etc/lighttpd/conf.d/*.conf"
    Save and close the file, upload your exploit files to the directory you've set in the conf file (i use winscp) and enable/start the service :
    • autostart it at boot :
      Code:
      /etc/init.d/lighttpd enable
    • start it :
      Code:
      /etc/init.d/lighttpd start
    • test it : open your wiiu browser and go to "192.168.1.1:8000"
     
    Last edited by looseless, Oct 18, 2015
  7. Skater4599

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    Thanks for this info! I'm going to try it out on my Fire TV. I've been using it on my windows 10 machine but mongoose requires a lot of restarting since I can't install as a service without pro version. And Windows 10 likes to reboot in the middle of the night for updates. And that makes for .ore manual intervention from mongoose.