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    (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

    This is a discussion on (Trying to) Hack the Sagem within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; Originally Posted by HSNetwork So would it not be possible for T2 or even T3 to see what router is ...

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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      Quote Originally Posted by HSNetwork View Post
      So would it not be possible for T2 or even T3 to see what router is being used, but this facilty to be kept away from T1 for what ever reason?
      We only see limited information on our screens, mainly account info and troubleshooting guidance. We have basic testing tools (Swish) and that's about it lol We are only there as a first shot at troubleshooting and filtering, once we process the customer if the issue is still there and needs escalating it goes through to the CST group who obviously have better tools and visibility of the network and equipment than we do.


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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      I have to admit though its a little odd that the username and password for the connection are visable to T1, I would have thought that this info is kept hidden and only for higher ranks etc.

      Makes me wonder if thee is a generic user and pass for telnet also or if its unique to the router??
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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      Who said username and password are visible? The only user name and password that is shown to T1 is admin/ sky and the customer email and log in user name.

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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      hmmm

      I may have been told a story the wrong way then. ( but im sure I wasnt wrong...)
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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      Quote Originally Posted by HSNetwork View Post
      hmmm

      I may have been told a story the wrong way then. ( but im sure I wasnt wrong...)
      Won't be able to have a flick through our screens until Tuesday but our main screens only give basic details and the only user name info we are allowed to give out is the customer log in user name for sky.com/ email and the router log in (admin/ sky). Aside from that we cannot and should not be giving any other information out to customers on call. Must admit you have pricked my interest now so when I get time I'm gonna have a looksy at what info we can see on our screens but I don't think we can see router mac usernames and passwords as it's nothing we need to see to do our part of the job.

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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      Interest is a good thing lol

      Whenever in a job and using a system I always make myself aquainted with what the system does , can do, what I can get to and see and what not.

      This way I am always prepared.

      But when you have a look if you spot teh telnet details just make sure you have a pen and paper to hand lol (jk)
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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      Quote Originally Posted by HSNetwork View Post

      I may have been told a story the wrong way then.
      You may be recalling this thread?

      The username/password was given to the OP by the "cancellation team in Ireland" apparently, whoever they are.

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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      Quote Originally Posted by barnjp View Post
      Just to check: isn't the username the mac address (12 chars) + "@skydsl"?
      That's certainly the case for the V1 routers, but there's no telling if that's also true for the V2 routers.

      If you were to PM me with your MAC address (assuming you trust me), I might be able to work out what the connection password is. I say "might" because I don't know whether the V2 connection usernames are the same as on the V1 routers, and I don't know whether the password is generated in the same way - so it's a big stab in the dark really.

      On the V1 routers, it's the LAN MAC address which is used for the username - I don't even know whether it's possible to see this on the V2 routers. If not, you'll need to use 'arp' or something like that to find it - but we can cross that bridge if we come to it.

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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      James,

      For your username on the V2 router simply look on the side of the box it came in. Its the 12 character code at the bottom. Any letters will be all upper case...
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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      James hasn't got a V2




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