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UPDATE : we decided not to publish BTHHkeygen and BTHHkeybf for now, although they might be released at a certain upcoming conference.

Default IP Address and Default Password list for NETGEAR

In the case of the BT Home Hub in the UK (which only comes with 95 bits WEP encryption by default by the way), we can narrow down the number of possible keys to about 85. In order to avoid the brute-forcing computation time required by the stkeys tool, I created BTHHkeygen which looks up the possible keys for a given SSID from a pre-generated SSID- keys table. Think of it as a rainbow table for cracking the BT Home Hub s default WEP encryption key. Once the list of around 85 keys is obtained, the second step in the attack is to try each of them automatically, until the valid key is identified. For this purpose I created BTHHkeybf which is a fancy wrapper around the iwconfig Linux tool. Unfortunately, in order to prevent abuse, we re not publishing such tools. We tested three different BT Home Hubs, and the the attack seems to work fine.

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Whoever lost his Router user manual or doesn't have it ready when he actually needs to configure the device will probably find.

The last 8 bytes are converted to 6 byte string, and appended to the word SpeedTouch which becomes the default SSID: SpeedTouchF8A8D5

It is our policy to implement basic plug-in customizations for free within a few weeks. More complex formats and more complex requirements may involve a professional services charge.

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