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I'm compiling a list of the default key-space used by routers. I'll keep updating this post when new ones so please post anyone missing ones in here.

Pay close attention to the char-sets used, some are UPPERCASE, some a lowercase.

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SSID	Keyspace	Length	Notes

2WIREXXX	[0-9]	Len: 10	

3MobileWiFi	[0-9 a-z]	Len: 8	

3WebCube####	[0-9a-fA-F]	Len: 8	https://routerunlock.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Huawei-B190-LTE-Wireless-Gateway.png

3Wireless-Modem-XXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 8	The first 4 digits are the same as the 4 digits on the SSID http://ask3.three.ie/ROIWebdocs/Changes/Mobile%20Broadband%20Support/Setting%20up%20Mi-Fi/Images/4.JPG

Alice_XXXXXXXX	[0-9 a-z]	Len: 24	

AOLBB-XXXXXX	[0-9A-Z]	Len: 8	

ATT###	[0-9]	Len: 10	

ATTxxxx 0000	[0-9 A-Z]	Len: 10	

ATTxxxxxxx	[a-z symbols]	Len: 12	

belkin.xxx	[2-9a-f]	Len: 8	

belkin.xxxx	[2-9a-f]	Len: 8	

Belkin.XXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 8	

Belkin_XXXXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 8	

BELL###	[0-9A-F]	Len: 8	

BELL####	[0-9A-F]	Len: 10	

BigPondXXXXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 10	http://s22.postimg.org/w7qofyxj5/Big_Pond_XXXXXX_Technicolor_TG587nv3.png

BOLT!SUPER 4G-XXXX	[0-9 Last 4 of SSID]	Len: 8	4 numbers + Last 4 of SSID

BrightBox-XXXXXX	[word-word-word]	Len: 8	3 words, with hyphens in-between.

BTHomeHub2-XXXX	[2-9a-f]	Len: 10	

BTHomeHub-XXXX	[0-9a-f]	Len: 10	

BTHub3	[2-9a-f]	Len: 10	

BTHub4	[2-9a-f]	Len: 10	

BTHub5	[2-9a-f]	Len: 10	

BTHub6-XXXX	[0-9a-zA-Z]	Len: 10 or 12	Examples: http://cdn1.expertreviews.co.uk/sites/expertreviews/files/2016/06/bt_smarthub_rear_ports.jpg?itok=gCga5sn8 http://cdn2.pcadvisor.co.uk/cmsdata/reviews/3643011/bt-smart-hub-review---ports.jpg

CenturyLinkXXXX	[0-9a-f]	Len:14	

Cisco	[0-9a-f]	Len: 26	

Digicom_XXXX	[0-9 A-Z]	Len: 8	

DJAWEB_#####	[0-9]	Len: 10	

Domino-XXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 8	http://imagizer.imageshack.us/a/img855/6808/fs7j.jpg

E583x-xxxx	[0-9]	Len: 8	http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-KsB8p6EQeMY/UKD9iA8SkLI/AAAAAAAAEcM/v7Bq2kdHu2E/s1600/ssid-huawei-modem-e5830.jpg

E583x-xxxxx	[0-9A-F]	Len: 8	https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRZz7DlK9S1yhG4PmZYoJh3j4Os3o9IVj30CZpLzBU0r9pWPTNC

EasyBox 904 LTE	[0-9a-zA-Z]	Len: 9	

EasyBox-######	[0-9A-F]	Len: 9	http://www.arcor.de/hilfe/files/img/803s_Typenschild.png

EEBrightBox-XXXXXX	[word-word-word]	Len: Varies	http://forum.md5decrypter.co.uk/topic1660-brightbox.aspx and https://hashkiller.co.uk/dump/brightbox_extended.7z

FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN ####	[0-9]	Len:16	https://wiki.stipte.nl/images/c/c9/Fritz!box7113_wpakey.png

FrontierXXXX	[0-9]	Len: 10	

Hitron	[0-9 A-Z]	Len: 12	Serial # possible key

INFINITUM####	[0-9]	Len: 10	http://www.websec.ca/img/mac2wepkey/image12.png

iPhone 5	Lowercase word plus 4 #	??	

Keenetic-XXXX	[a-zA-Z0-9]	Len: 8	

Linkem_XXXXXX	[0-9]	Len: 8	

Livebox-XXXX	??	??	

MEO-######	[0-9A-F]	Len: 10	https://www.wifi-libre.com/img/members/96/DATOS-MEO.jpg

mifi2	[0-9 A-Z]	Len: 13	

MobileWifi-xxxx	[0-9]	Len: 8	

MYWIFI (EE)	[MYWIFI + 4 numbers]	Len: 10	

NETGEARXX	[Adjective + Noun + 3 Digits]	Len: Varies	https://hashcat.net/forum/thread-4463.html

Netia-XXXXXX	[0-9a-f]	Len:13	http://www.pomagam.net/images/asmax/P2290215.png

ONOXXXX	[0-9]	Len: 10	

Orange-0a0aa0	[0-9a-f]	Len: 8	

Orange-AA0A00	[0-9A-F]	Len: 12	

Orange-XXXX	[2345679ACEF]	Len: 8	

PLDT	[PLDTWIFI + Last 5 of MAC]	Len: 13	

Plusnet Broadband UK	[0-9a-zA-Z]	Len: 64	

PlusnetWireless-XXXXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 10	

PLUSNET-XXXXXX	[0-9a-f]	Len: 10	Possible [2-9a-f]

Sitecom_XXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 8	

SKYXXXXX	[A-Z]	Len: 8	http://www.ph-mb.com/products/sky-calc

SmartRG	[0-9a-f]	Len: 10	Default pasword is the MAC address

SpeedTouchXXXXXX	[0-9a-f]	Len: 10	

TALKTALK-XXXXXX	[346789ABCDEFGHJKMNPQRTUVWXY]	Len: 8	

TDC-####	[0-9a-f]	Len: 9	Possible [1-9a-f]

Tech_XXXXXXXX	[A-Z]	Len: 8	http://www.netia.pl/files/pomoc/tech_instr.pdf

Technicolor-Router	[0-9A-F]	Len: 10	

Telecom-XXXXXXXX	??	??	http://www.dreamsnet.it/wp-content/uploads/router-alice-ip-aleternativo-indirizzo-mac.jpg

TelstraXXXXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 10	http://s9.postimg.org/6nocruw5b/Telstra_XXXXXX_Technicolor_TG797nv3.png

TELUSXXXX	[0-9a-f]	Len: 10	

TEW-###DRU	###+ last 8 of serial]	Len: 11	https://forums.kali.org/showthread.php?26366-TRENDnet-WPA-disclosure-amp-dictionaries

Thomson	[0-9A-F]	Len: 10	

ThomsonXXXXXX	[0-9a-f]	Len: 10	

TIM_PN51T_XXXX	[0-9]	Len: 8	WPS pin is 12345670 WPS can't be disabled

TNCAP-XXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 10	

TNCAPXXXXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 10	http://www.crack-wifi.com/forum/topic-9372-technicolor-td5130-0018e7.html

TP-LINK_####	[0-9]	Len: 8	

TP-LINK_######	[0-9A-F]	Len: 8	

TRENDnetXXX-###XXX	[### of SSID ?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d]	Len: 11	https://forum.hashkiller.co.uk/topic-view.aspx?t=2715&m=108547#108547

TRKASHI-######	[?d?d######]	Len: 8	https://forum.hashkiller.co.uk/topic-view.aspx?t=2715&m=64032#64032

UNITE-XXXX	[0-9]	Len: 8	http://chipchickcom.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/screenshot_733.jpg

UPCXXXXXXX	[A-Z]	Len: 8	

Verizon MIFIXXXX XXXX	[0-9]	Len: 11	http://www.willhackforsushi.com/images/mifi-label.jpg

Virgin Media	[abcdefghjklmnpqrstuvwxyz]	Len: 8	

virginmediaXXXXXX	[abcdefghjklmnpqrstuvwxyz]	Len: 8	I and o omitted

VirginMobile MiFiXXXX XXX	[0-9]	Len: 11	https://theonbutton.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/virgin-mobile-mifi-2200-battery.jpg

VMXXXXXXX	[0-9a-zA-Z]	Len:12	https://forum.hashkiller.co.uk/topic-view.aspx?t=2715&m=100456#100456

VMXXXXXXX-2G	[abcdefghjklmnpqrstuvwxyz]	Len: 8	I and o omitted

VMXXXXXXX-5G	[abcdefghjklmnpqrstuvwxyz]	Len: 8	I and o omitted http://store.virginmedia.com/images/discover/help2/topics/hub_05.jpg

Vodaphone_XXXXXXXX	[0-9 a-z]	Len: 15	

WebCube####	[0-9A-F]	Len: 8	https://images.futurezone.at/cube_2.jpg/fuzo-slideshow-slide/24.549.231

WLAN1-XXXXXX	[0-9A-F]	Len: 10	http://www.4gltemall.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Back-stick-of-HUAWEI-B593u-12.jpg

ZyXELXXXXXX	[10:0-9 A-F][13:0-9 A-Z]	Len: 10 or 13	



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Mon, 04 Mar 2013 @ 15:14:18

Plusnet Broadband UK a-zA-Z0-9 Len:64 ! Only vulnerability is WPS on some older models.


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Mon, 04 Mar 2013 @ 20:49:11

Are you also interested in routers outside the UK?


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Mon, 04 Mar 2013 @ 21:00:07

Yes


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provider = AXIS ( uk )
router name = technicolor TG582n PRO
network name = TNCAP39E8CB
key = 5B018290C5


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Sun, 18 Aug 2013 @ 16:03:13

Has anybody ever found a default router key [A-Z] that included any of the following characters... I or O ?

My thinking is that because they could be mistaken for digits by users any key containing them should ideally not be issued,
this would be good news for us because it reduces the number of possible combinations to brute-force. Not a lot I grant you,
but every little helps. (L and Q could also be regarded with some ambiguity as well)


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Cybrax said:

Has anybody ever found a default router key [A-Z] that included any of the following characters... I or O ?

Yes I have, it was a SKY router.


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Tue, 17 Sep 2013 @ 10:03:36

Updated the router list at the top with the new BTHub4 details. Also attached a pic of one I worked on lol xD find it attached.


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2WIREXXX - 10 digit numeric key. Common AT&T DSL routers here in the USA.


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Tue, 17 Sep 2013 @ 11:18:03

I think new Technicolor TG582n are 10 caracthers upper hex

TNCAP-XXXX [0123456789ABDCEF] Len: 10


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Tue, 24 Sep 2013 @ 23:59:55

so info from cyprus i recently moved to the uk..

this is the wifi of cyprus mostly

PRIMEHOME-85 # KEY FOUND! [ 9687dde4 ]
PRIMEHOME-45 # KEY FOUND! [ 90808148 ]
PRIMEHOME-51 # KEY FOUND! [ 16470F68 ]


All primehome networks in cyprus have 8 crt long wpa encr ... 9876543210ABCDEF ... on my pc it take max 2 days hope this will help you in some way


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Resuming my previous post about NETGEARXX networks:

NETGEARXX access points (where XX are decimal numbers from 00 to 99) have default factory passwords.

Each password is formed as follows: adjective + noun + 3 decimal numbers.

Here some examples in case someone wants to try to build up his own dictionary (ESSID : key : model : mac : serial: loginusrename : loginpassword : WPS / empty if unknown):

NETGEAR00 : mistymint902 : DGN 2200v3 : 100D7F34???? : : admin : password : 40408880
NETGEAR10 : imaginaryviolin590 : WNDR3400v3
NETGEAR12 : livelychair848 : WNDR4300 : 28C68E1854F3 : 36B1315X00585 : admin : password
NETGEAR25 : festiveflower225 : R6300 : : : admin : password : 81968220
NETGEAR29 : exoticbutter003
NETGEAR34 : sillybug772 : R6250 : 4494FC50B225 : : admin : password
NETGEAR35 : aquaticoctopus034 : R7000
NETGEAR37 : vastcoconut260 : WNDR3800 : : : admin : password
NETGEAR45 : blueprairie979 : : 4494FC?????? : BTA13??????4A : :
NETGEAR47 : heavybanana530 : DGN2200v4 : 28C68E8AB6E4
NETGEAR48 : breezysea672 : WNR220 : 008EF24B6ED8 : 2J74275T006AD : admin : password
NETGEAR53 : magicalwater421 : JNR3000 : 008EF28F4B64 : 2XS229B000001 : admin : password : 26168258
NETGEAR62 : friendlyjade842
NETGEAR70 : royalcheese478 : DGND4000 : 00BEF2??????: 34F128BN006FD : admin : password
NETGEAR70 : narrowjungle555 : WNDR3800 : 204E7F71704A : 2M81195F00171 : admin : password
NETGEAR89 : helpfultulip601 : WNDR3400v2 : 74440154701A / 744401547019 : *2NS21C77AA138* : admin : password
NETGEAR96 : huskyocean593 : R7000
NETGEAR99 : yellowtulip399 : WNDR3400v2 : 2CB05D3979AF / 2CB05D3979AE : *2NS2217X126DE* : admin : password
NETGEAR99 : imaginarytomato848 : WNDR3400v2 : : : admin : password
unknown : silkysky657
unknown : blackmoon339
unknown : helpfulflamingo578
Surewest-09 : oddviolin958 (provider is Surewest, manufacturer Netgear).

WPS should be ON by default but there are different models of these access points with different behaviors. The lock period may change from one to another. An easy workaround could be the option -d [num] or -r [x:y].

Of course all this data comes from tests and varios sources (googling). Some of the things described here could be not 100% correct.


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Another one to add:
ATTXXX - [0-9] Len: 10. Common AT&T DSL routers in the USA.


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http://www.help.orange.co.uk/orangeuk/support/business/home/soletrader/646961

shows that you are wrong to differatiate between EE and non-EE brightboxes.

they all use the word-word-word [word=3-5 letter] format.


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Now, a list of default AP passwords. Yes, some AP have default wireless passwords and some users don't even bother to change them. LOL.

I hope I'm not going overthread with this one.

> Italy:
Linkem-XXXX (XXXX: last 2 bytes of the BSSID): 12345678

> Russia:
YotaRouterXX: 12345678
Beeline-Router: beeline2011
MTS-ROUTER: adminmts1
OnLime: onlime.ru

> Holland:
POS: ABCABCABCA

I had not a chance to verify all these passwords. I hope this data is correct.


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I'm working with an access point which I assume to be netgear, having looked up the mac address and finding it in netgear's range.

The essid is ATTxxx, which would be a default for an AT&T provided router. Although I know they used to use dLink routers, I've seen a couple of ATTxxx named access points with mac addresses in the netgear range, so I would guess they are now using netgear in at least some cases.

(It occurs to me that renaming the router to another ISP's default, and giving it the mac address of another router manufacturer, would be a good way to discourage penetration....)

I've tried oclhashcat+ using the rockyou and psychowar databases to no avail.

Now since I realize it's a netgear router, I'm attacking it using the adjective + noun + xxx default you've suggested.

(I know that this is a relatively new router, and that the previous router (probably a dLink) had a 10 digit numeric password: possibly the default for the dLink router. So with a default att access point name, and with the previous passphrase likely the router's default, it seems likely that the passphrase is the netgear default. On the other hand the passphrase could be wildly different: this is for a chinese restaurant owned by a vietnamese couple...!)

I found a lexical database at http://wordnetcode.princeton.edu.. This provides large files of adjectives, nouns, etc., which can be manipulated with software tools, ulm, a good editor, etc. I've stripped out a list of adjectives and a list of nouns, cleaned out any special characters (which I assume are not found in the netgear keyspace), selected lengths from 2 to 10 characters (an arbitrary restriction, but seems reasonable), sorted and unduplicated the lists, and used combinator to generate a rather large list, which I then cut down to a 17character maximum string length,. This with the numerical digits added would give me strings of 7 to 20 characters (WPA max keylen). Then I used the hashcat gui to run a hybrid dictionary + mask attack, and got a estimated run time of about 30 days for my single HD7970. Then I came across the recommendation to use splitlen to cut the input dictionary into same length wordlists. oclhashcat+ starts with the shorter length wordlists and works up. This seems good, since I would think the netgear passphrases would normally be less than the maximum length. I note that splitlen unless recompiled defaults to a maximum length of 15 characters, which plus xxx numeric give me a max length of 18. So if I don't get a hit, I may use &quotlen&quot to split out the 16 and 17 character strings and run those separately.

I'm about 4 days in, and oclhashcat+ is working on the &quot11&quot length file. I'm hoping to hit paydirt in the next few days....

Others working against netgear routers may wish to look at the princeton site for good lists of adjectives and nouns. If desired, I'd be happy to contribute my adjective and noun lists, which are quite reasonable in size, or any of the further processed files - which become rather large.


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Duhh. For dLink read 2Wire. The previous router was a 2wire.


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If U still have questions about port forward, visit to portforward.co.uk! Can be useful...


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Just to let you know BT Home Hubs use 2-9 a-f, not 0-9, will save a lot of time.


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Will take me 4.5 days with my 4 x 5970 rig


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This may be a long shot, but I have just looked at every SKY password I could find and I noticed that none of them start with an A.

Has anyone ever found a SKY WPA password starting with an A ?

Like A?u?u?u?u?u?u?u

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Hash-IT said:

This may be a long shot, but I have just looked at every SKY password I could find and I noticed that none of them start with an A.

Has anyone ever found a SKY WPA password starting with an A ?

Like A?u?u?u?u?u?u?u

Thanks.

Just found one the other day password AFTDTSXU


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karlb said:


Just found one the other day password AFTDTSXU

OK thanks for the information

Oh dear, that spoilt my plans LOL


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Found using Reaver.....

PlusnetWireless01xxxx [54EB3102EB2991134D0BC4F7B5A1A9C68A3ED2810040C14E35001D48C13E4449]

Are the BTHub5 the same as the other bthubs? 2-9 A-F
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flyinghaggis said:


Are the BTHub5 the same as the other bthubs? 2-9 A-F
Rab

I think they are the same, however it would be nice to hear from someone who has one to confirm it.



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Yes same as BTHub 3 & 4


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Thanks for that

Got one in my area so going to give it a bash

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Thu, 03 Apr 2014 @ 19:42:15

flyinghaggis said:

Thanks for that

Got one in my area so going to give it a bash

Rab

Good Luck, 10 Chars Default !


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Mon, 07 Jul 2014 @ 15:55:02

hi can any one help me i want pin of tncap2c57c2 and tncap694069 and tncap2c7248 ?????????? how can i hack tncap ?????? i am from morocco plz help me



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Thu, 17 Jul 2014 @ 06:20:23

Hash-IT said:

Cybrax said:

Has anybody ever found a default router key [A-Z] that included any of the following characters... I or O ?

Yes I have, it was a SKY router.


so all sky routers only upper case?



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