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Old 03-12-2015, 03:29 AM   #1
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hydra to know root password of my router


i need to know how to set hydra in order to get the correct result of my router

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hydra 192.168.1.1 -l accountid -p accountpw http-post-form "/cgi-bin/sysconf.cgi?page=login.asp&action=login:user_name=^USER^&user_passwd=^PASS^:/loginFailed.asp" -f -vV -e nsr
and this is the source login page where i type the accountid and the accountpw to view the status

http://pastebin.com/ZqhDzDQY

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Old 03-24-2015, 04:48 PM   #2
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This is a cracking tool => wouldn't be very ethical to blindly help you => I think that you should give AT LEAST some background informations as why want to do this.
 
Old 03-25-2015, 09:04 AM   #3
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my WISP sold me the CPE telling the the attached usb port is for sharing usb hdd via lan, otherwise i would buy another one device, at the arrival of the cpe they said via chat that there is no support for that, but it is possible and i would try to solve if on my own. the is cpe is WiMAX+ LTE Residential Indoor Gateway http://www.gemtek.com.tw/lte.html
 
Old 06-08-2015, 10:42 AM   #4
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I have tried the hash of admin account but is a sha512 so my budget r7 270 would very helpful someone can help me
 
Old 06-08-2015, 10:45 AM   #5
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So you want to share the USB drive externally? You would be better off using Dropbox or One Drive instead of opening up the drive to the internet.
 
Old 06-08-2015, 11:10 AM   #6
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Have you tried looking up what the default might be? Also, if you REALLY need to get into AND its yours, why not check to see if you can get a jtag connection going? In some cases it may not ask for a password. I used to have to do exactly that with dd-wrt. I would imagine trying to brute force the router is not going to be very productive. I have never used that tool though. I mean, dont you have admin to manage the router? I would think that if you installed a router you would have admin for it.
 
Old 06-09-2015, 04:02 PM   #7
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So you want to share the USB drive externally? You would be better off using Dropbox or One Drive instead of opening up the drive to the internet.
no i want to share usb drive internally for starting my Wisp has a nat so I have no public ip traffic shaping, and lots of rules to cut traffic on 80 port, tor or downloading speed.
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Have you tried looking up what the default might be? Also, if you REALLY need to get into AND its yours, why not check to see if you can get a jtag connection going?
tomorrow i will post some pics of the cpe with my crapy mobile phone. but i was not able to find jtag or serial i have tried with my budget tester and i was able only to break the tester. I am not so skilled in electronic or informatic stuff.
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In some cases it may not ask for a password. I used to have to do exactly that with dd-wrt. I would imagine trying to brute force the router is not going to be very productive. I have never used that tool though. I mean, dont you have admin to manage the router? I would think that if you installed a router you would have admin for it.
the installation was very easy because my wisp (wimax isp) sold the cpe with prepaid contract so I only needed to power it up, phone to wisp assistant from the wisp (that released the certificate and account id and password of my contract-that i could get from the built-in command line of the cpe- only way to have them), and I was ready to surf. All combination of blank/admin password were unsuccessful. I have access only to low level user privileges.
herewith some info from command line of the router

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