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When reversing a router firmware apparently based on DD-WRT I came across a mention of "webcomp". It seems it's used for storing internal HTML files for the web interface. What exactly it is and how can I extract those files from the firmware image?

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When reversing a router firmware apparently based on DD-WRT I came across a mention of "webcomp". It seems it's used for storing internal HTML files for the web interface. What exactly it is and how can I extract those files from the firmware image?

When reversing a router firmware based on DD-WRT I came across a mention of "webcomp". It seems it's used for storing internal HTML files for the web interface. What exactly it is and how can I extract those files from the firmware image?

NOTE: This is a self-asked and answered question to add to the knowledge based.

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What is webcomp"webcomp" and how does it work?

What is webcomp? Can you giveWhen reversing a synopsisrouter firmware apparently based on DD-WRT I came across a mention of "webcomp". It seems it's used for storing internal HTML files for the web interface. What exactly it is and how can I extract those files from the firmware image?

What is webcomp and how does it work?

What is webcomp? Can you give a synopsis of it?

What is "webcomp" and how does it work?

When reversing a router firmware apparently based on DD-WRT I came across a mention of "webcomp". It seems it's used for storing internal HTML files for the web interface. What exactly it is and how can I extract those files from the firmware image?

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What is webcomp? Can you give a synopsis of it? (Q&A with myself)

What is webcomp? Can you give a synopsis of it? (Q&A with myself)

What is webcomp? Can you give a synopsis of it?

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