What is being demonstrated in their video is not
a remote exploit. Launching an application targeting 192.168.1.1 is not going to access a remote router.
Perhaps they have more that they are not showing in the video, but accessing a router from its LAN interface is not necessarily the same as accessing it from its WAN interface (which would be a requirement to be called a remote exploit). If an intruder already has access to your LAN, it is not your network anymore (whether they get root access to your perimeter router or not).--
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