is it possible to bypass cookie protection to perform a CSRF on HUAWEI HG531 v1 router?

the AJAX login script

var xhr1 = new XMLHttpRequest();     xhr1.open("post", 'https://192.168.1.1/index/login.cgi', false); xhr1.send("Username=admin&Password=6836394be82df057e085fc344c6179d1b50b30224ad0SJ0GQrNWmpsXCSk5so7o73f93282&challange=SJ0GQrNWmpsXCSk5so7o"); 

the problem is it gives me this error

Login Failure: Browser did not support Cookie. Please enable Cookie

and i can’t send a cookie header cause it’s a Forbidden header name ….. the page after i press login it sets the required cookies to perform a login . is there any way around this ?

some lines from the page source code that i think are important

var strCookie = document.cookie;  document.cookie = cookie;  var cookie = "Language=en" + expires + ";  var results = document.cookie.match ( '(^|;) ?' + cookie_name + '=([^;]*)(;|$  )' ); 

Can a Fireball be cast at the air to bypass cover?

I was sitting here, thinking to myself, “How does one hit multiple enemies that are behind total cover and low to the ground?”

Fireball states that it targets “a point you choose within range”, and hits everything in a 20-foot radius. So if I cast it 15 feet in the air so as to hit some goblins or whatnot that are crouching behind a short wall, or thick brush or something… would it still hit them even though I cannot see them?

Can a Fireball be cast at the air to bypass cover?

I was sitting here, thinking to myself, “How does one hit multiple enemies that are behind total cover and low to the ground?”

Fireball states that it targets “a point you choose within range”, and hits everything in a 20-foot radius. So if I cast it 15 feet in the air so as to hit some goblins or whatnot that are crouching behind a short wall, or thick brush or something… would it still hit them even though I cannot see them?

Custom Navigation bypass SharePoint Group and use AD Groups

I have a custom SharePoint 2016 on prem Navigation with links only certain people can see. Currently I am using a SP Group and manually updating it when there is a new hire with their AD account. What I would like to do is bypass the SP Group and use AD groups so I don’t have to manually update anymore. Hope this makes sense. Below is my code to read from the SP Group.

var allowedGroups = [“IT”]; var isInAllowedGroup = false;

var userid= _spPageContextInfo.userId; var requestUri = _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl + ‘/_api/web/CurrentUser/Groups?$ select=Id,Title’;

//alert(requestUri); var requestHeaders = { “accept” : “application/json;odata=verbose” }; $ .ajax({ url : requestUri, contentType : “application/json;odata=verbose”, headers : requestHeaders, success : onSuccess, error : onError });

function onSuccess(data, request){ var s=”; for (var i = 0; i < data.d.results.length; i++) { s +=data.d.results[i].Title+’\n’;

var groupName = data.d.results[i].Title; if (allowedGroups.indexOf(groupName) > -1) { isInAllowedGroup = true; } }

if(isInAllowedGroup){ $ (“#IT”).css(‘display’, ‘block’); }

 (s); 

} function onError(error) { (“error”); }

});

thanks you in advance.

ESP32 cannot bypass Firewall

I am using ESP32 (which is Arduino based microcontroller with to connect to a Unity game I am building on my PC. I am using the PC as a WiFi Hotspot and the ESP32 is connecting to that hotspot using a hardcoded password. However, when it is connected the board’s packets are blocked by my firewall (Windows 10 default Windows Defender Firewall). It works fine once I turn it off. How do I make it so that the UDP packets from the esp32 can bypass the firewall without me needing to completely turn it off?

Bypass with wrong cvv of debit card and getting OTP

This is happening in Visa/MasterCard/American Express, etc. I tried checking in many payment apps and payment gateways that if I enter the correct debit card number, name, valid date, and wrong CVV number, I am able to receive OTP. however, the transaction is unsuccessful due to validation at the last for wrong CVV.

But shouldn’t it suppose verify before I get the OTP? What’s the reason, Isn’ it a security issue?

Can a Pact of the Blade warlock turn a cursed magic weapon into your pact weapon to bypass the curse?

I would like to rid myself of a cursed weapon (whose curse includes the traditional “you may not unequip this weapon” aspect), but don’t have access to Remove Curse. Can I turn the cursed weapon into my pact weapon, dismiss the item, and then make a new weapon my pact weapon to get rid of the cursed weapon without Remove Curse?

How can I Bypass ip block mechanism?

I want to pentest a specific web application with automatic tool like Burp Suite and IBM Security AppScan. However, the website uses a prevention mechanism for attack. When I started automatic tool, it blacklisted my IP address.

In my opinion, I can change my IP address periodically but this method takes long time.

Is there any bypass mechanism for this prevention method?