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JaseNZ

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#222543 16-Aug-2017 16:44
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So I am mucking around with my Siglent waveform gen unit and want to try a software hack that has the ability to increase it from a maximum of 30mhz to 60mhz

 

You can Telnet into the unit and you are presented with this prompt.

 

(none) login:

 

 

 

I will be honest when I say I have no idea the (none) part in front of the login means. Could it be there is no username and just a password ??.

 

I know it will probably have to be brute forced which I am happy to play around with just not sure what username to use.

 

Anybody have any idea.

 

 





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robjg63
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  #1847676 16-Aug-2017 16:49
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The system/server is called none?
From my Unix days I remember you could customise the login to say the server/box name in front of the login prompt. Looks like they have called it "none" or haven't named it at all.

You could set the prompt contents from the /etc/issue file.
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  #1847680 16-Aug-2017 16:59
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robjg63: The system/server is called none?
From my Unix days I remember you could customise the login to say the server/box name in front of the login prompt. Looks like they have called it "none" or haven't named it at all.

You could set the prompt contents from the /etc/issue file.
.....I miss Unix...

 

I did think that there is just no server name. I guess trying to brute force with username root might be worth a try but don't like my chances.





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  #1847688 16-Aug-2017 17:27
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maybe:

 

root password is "ding1234"

 

(Bottom of this page) https://www.eevblog.com/forum/testgear/hack-of-sigllent-spectrum-analyzer-ssa3021x/25/

 

 





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  #1847711 16-Aug-2017 17:50
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If only it was that easy lol , sorry but no cigar 





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