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    Default This is strongly recommended for CS.


    1. press Start menu
    2. then Run.. ,in the space type: "cmd"
    3. at the promt type:
    C:telnet <your dreambox ip>
    1. enter the user as root
    2. then password dreambox
    3. you will get at the dreambox linux prompt. Here type:
    # passwd
    1. then enter the password you want twice and you are done and to log out:
    # exit

    This is not the Method i use but it may save u a JAIL SENTENCE
    Protect your ip or dns secure your config

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhuketSatellite View Post
    1. press Start menu
    2. then Run.. ,in the space type: "cmd"
    3. at the promt type:
    C:telnet <your dreambox ip>
    1. enter the user as root
    2. then password dreambox
    3. you will get at the dreambox linux prompt. Here type:
    # passwd
    1. then enter the password you want twice and you are done and to log out:
    # exit

    This is not the Method i use but it may save u a JAIL SENTENCE
    Protect your ip or dns secure your config
    anyone know what to do if you dont know the password and want to get into box

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiser soeze View Post
    anyone know what to do if you dont know the password and want to get into box
    user = root
    Pass= dreambox
    this Passwort its from Factory

    so you buy your Dreambox fix with one jeahr Cardsharing and use Gemini Image so you can trie this:

    1) Install and run TuxBox Commander plugin (Yellow Button in Pli)

    2) Change directory to edit /var/etc/passwd (type 4: "Edit")

    3) Remove the encrypted password.

    3.1) In the file /etc/passwd is the line:
    root:0:0:root:/root:/bin/sh or something as
    root:EIfidfjeSAEFKEOlasdf5ewr3rWEW:0:0:root:/root:/bin/sh

    3.2) the password field is the x or the encripted string EIfidfjeSAEFKEOlasdf5ewr3rWEW

    3.3) Delete the x or the whole string. The line now is:
    root::0:0:root:/root:/bin/sh

    4) Save the file and exit

    5) Telnet to your DB with root user without password

    6) Change/Create inmediately a new root password with passwd

    That's all
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daeng View Post
    user = root
    Pass= dreambox
    this Passwort its from Factory

    so you buy your Dreambox fix with one jeahr Cardsharing and use Gemini Image so you can trie this:

    1) Install and run TuxBox Commander plugin (Yellow Button in Pli)

    2) Change directory to edit /var/etc/passwd (type 4: "Edit")

    3) Remove the encrypted password.

    3.1) In the file /etc/passwd is the line:
    root:0:0:root:/root:/bin/sh or something as
    root:EIfidfjeSAEFKEOlasdf5ewr3rWEW:0:0:root:/root:/bin/sh

    3.2) the password field is the x or the encripted string EIfidfjeSAEFKEOlasdf5ewr3rWEW

    3.3) Delete the x or the whole string. The line now is:
    root::0:0:root:/root:/bin/sh

    4) Save the file and exit

    5) Telnet to your DB with root user without password

    6) Change/Create inmediately a new root password with passwd

    That's all
    thanks for that but is there a way of changin password only with cmd on cp i know how to change pw if i know it already lets say i dont know or they have changed from root dreambox i want to use dcc there must be a master pw other then root and dreambox

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhuketSatellite View Post
    1. press Start menu
    2. then Run.. ,in the space type: "cmd"
    3. at the promt type:
    C:telnet <your dreambox ip>
    1. enter the user as root
    2. then password dreambox
    3. you will get at the dreambox linux prompt. Here type:
    # passwd
    1. then enter the password you want twice and you are done and to log out:
    # exit

    This is not the Method i use but it may save u a JAIL SENTENCE
    Protect your ip or dns secure your config
    really its very easy and nice way! thankx to phuket!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhuketSatellite View Post
    1. press Start menu
    2. then Run.. ,in the space type: "cmd"
    3. at the promt type:
    C:telnet <your dreambox ip>
    1. enter the user as root
    2. then password dreambox
    3. you will get at the dreambox linux prompt. Here type:
    # passwd
    1. then enter the password you want twice and you are done and to log out:
    # exit

    This is not the Method i use but it may save u a JAIL SENTENCE
    Protect your ip or dns secure your config

    Yes..this is a very easy procedure and should be done by all who own a dreambox. You are just asking for trouble from providers and hackers if you leave your password set to the default one. There are list after list after list of default passwords for damn near EVERY device to be found on the net. Google would bring up tons of them. Should never use the default password for anything that is on the internet.

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    It dont matter if you change the password or not

    Your IP is logged and traffic from your internet service provider ?
    Which means this information can be passed onto the correct authoritys to bust your arse

    Anyone who CS is at risk of being busted at some point you cannot hide behind your network your dreambox is sending and receive .Maybe later we shall see many DM user's getting busted and depending on there country and residence maybe deported .

    That is fact they can at any time knock your door

    Also if your CS service provider is dumb he also can get your arse busted cos if he aint smart his server will be monitored and your box is open and yr backup accounts also

    YOU CANNOT HIDE

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    and merely changing your username and password "protects" you from being monitored? that's hogwash, as if the password encrypts what your DM is transmitting to the internet. what you just suggested is for outside users not to be able to login to their DM from outside their network and change/wreak havoc on the box, lol. don't give false assurances where there is none.

    the safest way to do CS is to do it with people you PERSONALLY know, or not do it at all. connecting to unknown CS servers might just be a gathering point for evidences and they just might make a guinea pig out of the CS user.
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    anything with an IP is always traceable on internet no matter where you are ? execpt alqaida they cant trace them from where they are sending the messages on internet idiots

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    It looks like so long as you are on the net and cardsharring
    you have nothing to hide and can be busted anytime at will.
    Also on cs you cannot hide your ip address, without which you cannot log.
    Once an issue is coming up on ip addresses monitored for piracy through the isps,
    many will be in the gallows, depending on the countries you are based in.
    How can encryptions help when it comes to ip addresses?

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    so fare nobady has been in jail at least here in EU, wot do u think

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    Quote Originally Posted by lahori View Post
    anything with an IP is always traceable on internet no matter where you are ? execpt alqaida they cant trace them from where they are sending the messages on internet idiots
    that is another story. they know where these came from, even the exact location, but they DO NOT WANT to catch or stop them, all for political reasons. watch Charlie Wilson's war and there was a statement about this context in that film.

    it's all a matter of time before CS gets busted, it's just the same as P2P networking for music, video, etc.... lawsuits are flying left and right as we speak. so be careful with who you connect to.... that's all im saying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamboy70 View Post
    so fare nobady has been in jail at least here in EU, wot do u think
    Obviously you dont keep up with the news many people have had all their equipment confiscated for running CS servers recently in Europe.


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    one more post to support this is a guy known as babar majid in dubai
    used to run business by seastar name and was a DM dealer for dubai got caught in usa but with different story this thing happened as soon as the sky uk was shared on DM he was selling in usa and europe also
    http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2006/...8JLGQ8O0.shtml

    he is in jail for 6 years now

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    Default Re: Can I install Tuxcom without knowing the password?


    Dear Friend!
    My question is how to install TuxBom Commander plugin without knowing the password and yet the Addon download from web page have been disable?

    Best Regards

    Quote Originally Posted by Daeng View Post
    user = root
    Pass= dreambox
    this Passwort its from Factory

    so you buy your Dreambox fix with one jeahr Cardsharing and use Gemini Image so you can trie this:

    1) Install and run TuxBox Commander plugin (Yellow Button in Pli)

    2) Change directory to edit /var/etc/passwd (type 4: "Edit")

    3) Remove the encrypted password.

    3.1) In the file /etc/passwd is the line:
    root:0:0:root:/root:/bin/sh or something as
    root:EIfidfjeSAEFKEOlasdf5ewr3rWEW:0:0:root:/root:/bin/sh

    3.2) the password field is the x or the encripted string EIfidfjeSAEFKEOlasdf5ewr3rWEW

    3.3) Delete the x or the whole string. The line now is:
    root::0:0:root:/root:/bin/sh

    4) Save the file and exit

    5) Telnet to your DB with root user without password

    6) Change/Create inmediately a new root password with passwd

    That's all

 

 

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