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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; After reading up on the v1's, reflashing sounded the most sensible route. However, I believe the sagem v2 is called ...

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      (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      After reading up on the v1's, reflashing sounded the most sensible route. However, I believe the sagem v2 is called F@st 2504, and I cannot find any reference to this at all. The closest model number I can seem to find is the F@ast 2400 series (there was a 2404) which was only sold in France according to Sagem's website.

      I was wondering if anyone had tried flashing with 2404 s/w, and if so, where they found it, as I can only find a manual but no s/w updates.


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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      why do you want to flash it? what known issues do you have with it at present?
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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      Probably something to do with his other thread about port forwarding???

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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      It also depends wether or not the Sagem 2404 uses the same chipset? Oh and a few other factors.

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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      Quote Originally Posted by IAmNotTheEnemy View Post
      why do you want to flash it? what known issues do you have with it at present?
      Haven't even gone active with sky yet so haven't had any problems, but my desire is part due to a misunderstanding that my other thread was about, and secondly, if I have something that can be upgraded for better usablity or functionality for free, why not?

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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      cause should anything then go wrong with ur connection Sky will tell you to 'jog on' as its breaking T&C's of service...
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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      If anyone comes up with the answer to hacking this model please post it!

      I would like to obtain my username/password from the box to enable me to us my own router. I contacted Sky who refused to give me it however they did say "there are ways", advising me to hack the box to get what I need.

      So come on all you clever folks! Help us out!

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      Last edited by eskimo; 28-12-07 at 09:43 PM.

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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      however they did say "there are ways"
      Probably referring to the V1 routers. There has been no known case of hacking the Black V2's although there have been 2 reports that I know of, of T1 giving out the username and password. Which I believe is a sackable offence.

      So if you do ring Sky asking, remember you are asking that agent to jeopardise his or hers job, if it were me, I wouldn't risk it.
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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      They were referring to the new Sagem model and this came from a T2 agent.

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      Re: (Trying to) Hack the Sagem

      That is news. If someone would have hacked it, it would have been over the Internet by now. afaik from reports that I have heard unofficially, the router doesn't pass the text for Username and Password.

      It has not been ruled out for flashing with different FW, just that if done, will lose the Username or Password, and then render it useless.

      Don't get me wrong, we want to see it broken, just to say or prove it isn't impossible. It's just the impression we have been given is it is pointless to flash it anyway.

      Will have to send the spies out to T2 and T3
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