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Friday, May 21, 2010

Hacking Thomson routers with default configuration.

Since 2008, it's been possible to access any Thomson router wireless internet. Kevin Devine talks about his discovery here.

You can do it to! Here is a small application and a SQL database, with all the possible default wireless keys for a given default SSID.

  1. open your Wireless Network Connections
  2. find a 'target' connection name (SSID = example: 'Thomson423RF0')
  3. then open the application you downloaded from here (RAPIDSHARE, Size 100292 KB
  4. and copy/paste the SSID (without 'Thomson') of the network you want to access in this application, press button!
  5. Wait a second for the password.
  6. Go to your Wireless Network Connections and copy/paste the password given by the application in the former step, onto your 'target' network, you're done!

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