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    Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

    This is a discussion on Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router. within the Extracting Sky Router passwords forums, part of the Broadband Technical Help category; *** This tool is only for use on Sky modem/routers with WAN ports. Tested on SR101/102 , 2504 *** DEC ...

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      Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

      *** This tool is only for use on Sky modem/routers with WAN ports. Tested on SR101/102 , 2504 ***
      DEC 2016 - It is no longer a requirement to extract your username and password, at least for fibre connections. For several months now as long as there is an option61 string sent then anything will work
      e.g. abcdefgh@skydsl|1234567890abcdef will work


      We see a lot of requests for how to get the credentials from your Sky router. Wireshark is the best method but not easy to use, so I have put together a little proggy that will give you your username, password and mac address.

      This program does not rely on the user inputting anything, you simply plug the routers WAN port into your PC's ethernet port, you'll don't even need to change the settings on your PC's ethernet port.

      It's written using .NET so you might have to install that if you do not already have it, most people do.

      Click on the following link to download.

      https://www.dropbox.com/s/vsvbr95pp3...t_Net.zip?dl=0

      Extract the program and install it.



      There is also a version written in C++, no install is required however it requires more input from the user.

      https://www.dropbox.com/s/lquz0irflp...tract.zip?dl=0

      You MAY also require the VS2008 runtime libraries from this link:

      https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/down...ils.aspx?id=29

      Many users already have the required libraries installed on their systems for other programs, so try running Credextract first..

      This one's for Mac, you'll need to install mono, but I tested it on my hackintosh and it works.

      https://www.dropbox.com/s/i3u6xci3i1..._Mac_Mono?dl=0



      There is a pdf that goes with the files, it's attached to this message, please read it as it not only tells you how to use the extractor, it also gives specific instructions for the SR102.
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      Re: Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

      I'm assuming that you have only tested it on an SR102. Would you also expect it to work with an SR101 using LAN port one?

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      Re: Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

      I would expect it to work on anything that sends a DHCP request with an option 61 & Option 60 in it. It firsts looks for a DHCP magic token and the takes it from there. It only listens on port 67 and it listens on multiple interfaces if you have them.

      I wanted to write something that all the user has to do is plug it in, you cannot get any simpler than that.

      I tested it on my old Sagemcom, and on my draytek.
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      Re: Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

      Nice will test it now with an sr101 and sr102

      I could also test it on an the first sagem's and a d-link
      but there's no reason it shouldnt work if it works on one type
      and theyr packed away


      Edit..
      Its an installer sort that out geez

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      Re: Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

      Be very greatful for that, I'll be extremely interested to hear your results.

      Assuming it works for you, do you want to post a screenshot, I forgot.
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      Re: Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

      Just tried it and it completely failed for my SR102...... for some reason my macbook doesn't like exe files?!!!???

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      Re: Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

      Quote Originally Posted by reddwarfcrew View Post
      Just tried it and it completely failed for my SR102...... for some reason my macbook doesn't like exe files?!!!???
      You probably need to install
      Mono for Mac OS X available from: Download | Mono.

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      Re: Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

      Had to use an installer as its .NET. You can create a standalone but it only works under W10.

      However, when I have time I'll look at writing it in C or C++.
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      Re: Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

      Will you be releasing the source code?

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      Re: Simple tool for extracting the username and password from YOUR router.

      Can do, but in the meantime I've re-written it in C++. It has one limitiation and that's that you need to tell it what IP address to listen on or not, I'll try and explain.

      In my case, I have two ethernet ports on my PC, one is DHCP and goes to my normal LAN, the other I use for testing, like this project. Now, with the .NET version, I can set it to listen to any port and it just waits for a DHCP packet. I cannot do that easily in C++ so I have set it thus.

      You can enter the command 'SkyCredExtract IP_Address' where IP_Address is the LAN port you have connected to the router, or without an address it will try and listen to a port with the address of 192.168.0.10. If there is no such port then it will be unable to bind to it and will exit with that warning.

      It's attached to this message. Try it, there's no installer it's just a console program, that's it.

      I could set it to auto detect your IP, the issue there is if you have like I do, multiple ports, fixed ones and VM ports it invariably picks the wrong one. I guess for most people with one port that would have been fine.

      Thoughts please.



      I have now updated both of the programs. Downloads of the .Net and the C++ version are available in message #1 of this thread.
      Last edited by marjohn56; 21-10-15 at 11:26 PM. Reason: Added VS2008 Re-Dist package.
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