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frenchy1

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Thu, 20 Aug 2015 @ 08:18:10

Show me you Telstra/Bigpond passwords as I am trying to work out the algorithm or if anyone knows a good source for this that would be cool. I have Googled bigpond/Telstra images to grab a few but I have a total of five.

If you can share I can share my findings as I think I am onto something


P.'s new keys from technicolour's would be nice



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Thu, 01 Dec 2016 @ 06:28:13

Hey where you at with this? I know this is an old post but I should have access to a few Technicolour soon.


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Sat, 18 Feb 2017 @ 07:44:33

Here is a few I have collected:

8C236B348D
E0D600584C
5670E3601B
FFD3A15C52
2B5213FE1D
146A003159
CF2C7016BC
5CB5B67B52
4C2DF38130
FCD4211BAF
9A3CF658DA
67A25DFD95
8137867436
27146FEC45
32C13ED4E9
87E35E7155
67320EA342
26EFE57942
FD787B50A2
8BA11352BE
6189AC4E55
FD787850A2
CD8D2E18D6
E5B87C519F
C775FE674D
259950DDE0
79F3A57E05
67A25DFD95
8BAB78D03A
F200B0FD73
1BFE7EE061
FCD4211BAF
EE06111504
32C13ED4E9
C00C4528FC
C9D463BFE1
DAE8B58A4B
10EFEA08E6
8E5C952739
2E80531A2A
55B8E03445
2F76C7BD4D
4ADC38B0CB


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Sat, 18 Feb 2017 @ 14:38:57

Siktah said:

Here is a few I have collected:

8C236B348D
E0D600584C
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2F76C7BD4D
4ADC38B0CB

Just had a little play with those 43 passphrases, just to check how the
characters are distributed.

The expected average of each value [0-9A-F] is about 27 in a
total set of 430 characters, so they all look about right for a flat
distribution, apart from 5 being more common and 9 being less
common than the expected average?

0 29
1 30
2 29
3 27
4 23
5 40
6 23
7 28
8 26
9 15
A 22
B 24
C 26
D 29
E 33
F 26


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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 @ 01:05:53


Using the analysis tool that came with the 10hex piping program:


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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 @ 03:30:10

I cannot edit so heres some more from it:


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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 @ 04:00:23

Can anyone change the html code in the 10 hex analysis tool to suit 8 upper char for use with older sky routers? This would really help in narrowing down the keyspace. I tried but failed miserably.on the other hand i have got the .exe file running full speed with no bottle necks to run the code



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frenchy1 said:

Can anyone change the html code in the 10 hex analysis tool to suit 8 upper char for use with older sky routers? This would really help in narrowing down the keyspace. I tried but failed miserably.on the other hand i have got the .exe file running full speed with no bottle necks to run the code

You still looking into the Bigpond algorithm?


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Siktah said:

frenchy1 said:

Can anyone change the html code in the 10 hex analysis tool to suit 8 upper char for use with older sky routers? This would really help in narrowing down the keyspace. I tried but failed miserably.on the other hand i have got the .exe file running full speed with no bottle necks to run the code

You still looking into the Bigpond algorithm?

Haven't for a while but while but i can confirm that the generator does work as i have used it with great results. I recommend looking into the keyspace rules to see if any tweeking helps with speed.

Are you any good with html as i would like to change the 10 hex analysis tool for use with 8 upper char?



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frenchy1 said:

Siktah said:

frenchy1 said:

Can anyone change the html code in the 10 hex analysis tool to suit 8 upper char for use with older sky routers? This would really help in narrowing down the keyspace. I tried but failed miserably.on the other hand i have got the .exe file running full speed with no bottle necks to run the code

You still looking into the Bigpond algorithm?

Haven't for a while but while but i can confirm that the generator does work as i have used it with great results. I recommend looking into the keyspace rules to see if any tweeking helps with speed.

Are you any good with html as i would like to change the 10 hex analysis tool for use with 8 upper char?

I haven't done HTML coding for a LONG time - we are talking maybe 15 years now. I can try to reach out to the dev of it. But all PMs on another forum to him are getting no response. We used to chat a lot but he went off the radar it seems. I was hoping for some way of exporting the HTML analysis into maskprocess etc.


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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 @ 06:44:16

Its easy enough to take the data in the analyzer, place it into the generator then pipe it to hashcat. As long there are not passwords out there which change the rule set you will be good. Get as many 10 hex as possible first before you start for analysis or just bruteforce the entire keyspace to be 100% sure



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frenchy1 said:

Its easy enough to take the data in the analyzer, place it into the generator then pipe it to hashcat. As long there are not passwords out there which change the rule set you will be good. Get as many 10 hex as possible first before you start for analysis or just bruteforce the entire keyspace to be 100% sure

I'm still learning analysis, so I'm useless at the moment. I have had various success getting into a TG797NV3 via serial and JTAG. I'm lost as I don't know the 'tells' and what to do to dump firmware - let alone what to do once I can get a dump. I'm old (mid 40s) and learning new tricks is a bit hard for me.


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Sun, 19 Feb 2017 @ 09:20:25

All good. Your in the best place



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Thu, 23 Mar 2017 @ 12:19:28

With the new Telstra NBN modems shit just got even more real:

Physically confirmed. I have a few more gathered to.


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Siktah said:

With the new Telstra NBN modems shit just got even more real:

Physically confirmed. I have a few more gathered to.

Whats the technicolor model?



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frenchy1 said:

Can anyone change the html code in the 10 hex analysis tool to suit 8 upper char for use with older sky routers? This would really help in narrowing down the keyspace. I tried but failed miserably.on the other hand i have got the .exe file running full speed with no bottle necks to run the code

Where is the html source mate? I know my way around html,can't make promises but certainly willing to take a look at code see if I can offer any help.


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rotherbear said:

frenchy1 said:

Can anyone change the html code in the 10 hex analysis tool to suit 8 upper char for use with older sky routers? This would really help in narrowing down the keyspace. I tried but failed miserably.on the other hand i have got the .exe file running full speed with no bottle necks to run the code

Where is the html source mate? I know my way around html,can't make promises but certainly willing to take a look at code see if I can offer any help.

open the html file in your browser to view. i have tried to alter the code with no luck



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Fri, 31 Mar 2017 @ 11:03:55

frenchy1 said:

Siktah said:

With the new Telstra NBN modems shit just got even more real:

Physically confirmed. I have a few more gathered to.

Whats the technicolor model?


Sorry - I'm away at tme moment and actually forgot to check the model - it wasn't mine and were sneaky pics.



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