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So i was adding a wireless device to my BThub4 and typing in the password i realised that no characters were after f so immediately thinking this hex must be generated someways i delved online and found some material on gnucitizen on a researcher who cracked the generation for the old the old BTHub 1.0 based on the Thomson SpeedTouch 7G and ST790. Although this was WEP encryption to give an idea of how dated this is.

SSID - BTHub4-29ZRSERIAL NUMBER - +068341+NQ31245897 (maybe only first two characters are letters?)MAC - 2C399662E812WIRELESS KEY (WPA & WPA2) - cfa6d494a8ADMIN PASSWORD - XMJHT3MJWIRELESS PIN - not printed on the hub & haven't successfully hacked with reaver to find.. yet

I'm very glad you brought this up. All the wifi hubs in my area are BThomehub 4 or 5. Almost everyone uses the default 10 character hexadecimal key. This is written on the based of the modem. I figured cracking 12^10 by brute force was nearly impossible and the only option would be to physically sneak a glance under the modem to read the key. A shortcut would be a life saver.

Thanks for the reply John good to see some interest showing already, the wireless key must then be solely in the hex range so that means the max bruteforce I thought was 16^10 though you stated 12^10 may i ask how you reduced to that? also what we need doesn't rely on the keys used they will be anywhere in the range 0-9 a-f but, lemme try explaining this as best i can bear with me, it lies in using the hub info i think the serial number is what all other info is derived from so really we need the RAW serial number to be encoded using various hashing methods or algorithms and alterations of some characters (as like the gnu post) to see if we can generate some of the hub info using only the serial number then hopefully we can build a script that compares the SSID against a list of possible serial numbers to guess the wireless key, like a dictionary attack

after some careful inspection and some more research I found out that, apparently, BT no longer use the serial number method for generation and the best information i could gather is that they moved on to use the last 6 digits of the mac address however I couldn't get a strong match the closest i came was by using the SHA-512 and whirlpool hashing methods but i believe there is something i'm missing still

I think the last 2 rules are wrong as I have a BTHub4-PX2Q with passkey c6b94dc93 however I'm not sure that is correct as it is only 9 characters long and not 10 and I got it from an app called wifimap. The reason I believe the last time is wrong is that BTHub4-29ZR as seen above has a passkey cfa6d494a8, and has a c d and f . Just my thoughts on the issue because I really need to crack a hub4 passkey. The hub in question is BTHub4-NGRX for anyone Who is interested. Please help if you can!

Note: The command line procedure only works for Plus and Pro licenses because Personal licenses do not have serial numbers associated with them. Use the Unity Hub to activate Personal licenses. If you have another OS, you can manage your license through the Hub.

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All available values are used, although there may be specific usage rules. The serial number of the system disk is more important than the other disks available. Network interfaces that are removable shouldn't be used if detected as they're removable. LAN vs WLAN shouldn't matter, as both will be used.

In the past weeks I enjoyed working on reversing a piece of software (don't ask me the name), to study how serial numbers are validated. The story the user has to follow is pretty common: download the trial, pay, get the serial number, use it in the annoying nag screen to get the fully functional version of the software.

Since my purpose is to not damage the company developing the software, I will not mention the name of the software, nor I will publish the final key generator in binary form, nor its source code. My goal is instead to study a real case of serial number validation, and to highlight its weaknesses.

The software is an x86 executable, with no anti-debugging, nor anti-reversing techniques. When started it presents a nag screen asking for a registration composed by: customer number, serial number and a mail address. This is fairly common in software.

This piece of code imposes constraints on our mail address and serial number, but not on the customer number. We can rewrite the checks in two parts, the one checking the serial, and the one checking the mail address:

To solve the problem we have to think about what variables we can move around to get different valid serial numbers to start with, and with them solve related mail addresses and compute a customer number.

We have to add constraints to the serial generation, so that every time we can run a slightly different version of the program and get a different serial number. The simplest thing to do is to constraint get_index_in_mail_table to return an index inside a proper subset of the range [0, HEADER_SIZE] used before. For example we can divide it in equal chunks of size 5 and run the whole thing for every chunk.

Note that not all the serial numbers are solvable, but we are OK with that. We now have a bunch of solved registrations. We can put them in some simple GUI that exposes to the user one of them randomly.

This was a brief journey into the magic world of reversing and symbolic execution. We started with the dream to make a key generator for a real world application, and we've got a list of serial numbers to put in some nice GUI (maybe with some MIDI soundtrack playing in the background to make users crazy). But this was not our purpose. The path we followed is far more interesting than ruining programmer's life. So, just to recap, here are the main steps we followed to generate our serial numbers:

The last point can be seen as quite obscure, I can admit that, but the idea is simple. Since KLEE's goal is to reach a path with some values for the symbolic variables, it is not interested in exploring all the possibilities for those values. We can force this exploration manually, by adding an additional constraint, and varying a parameter from run to run, and get (hopefully) different correct values for our serial number.

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Third-party publishers and developers of games and apps have their own distinct and independent relationship with users and their collection and usage of personal data is subject to their specific privacy policies. You should carefully review their policies to determine how they use the data. For example, publishers may choose to disclose or display game data (such as on leaderboards) through their own services. You may find their policies linked from game or app detail pages in the Microsoft Store.

If you have not registered your serial number yet, you must browse to the Intel Registration Center and enter your SN and email, or if you are already logged in, your SN at the top right of the "My Products" page.

Once the serial number is activated, you may download it. If your license server is not connected to the internet, you must copy the full server license file to the server. The default directory used by the license manager is:


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