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    I just changed my SSH password to "abc123". I now have nothing to worry about...

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    that sucks for those ppl but who in their right minds would just pay some guy for that? he should have kept the money, cause there tards for sending to him in the 1st place
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    Quote Originally Posted by sale666 View Post
    How dum you got to be to pay him lol...
    Restore? Change the "APLINE" ...

    I doubt any 1 has actualy fallen for this crap cause if you jailbroken your phone than i doubt your a dum ***..
    Well, if you didn't know the difference between the use of "your", and "you're", then I'm sure there are a LOT of morons out there that fell for this. lol

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    Thanks for the heads up! Just changed my passwd and setup ssh keys so i dont have to remember it until the next jailbreak

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    Default Mobile Terminal Does Not work
    Quote Originally Posted by deth View Post
    the easy way to change the root password is
    install mobile terminal fro Cydia
    after finish install please home button to go back to Home screen
    look for mobile terminal then open
    type "su" (without quote)
    then password "alpine" (without quote)
    now you are logging as root
    type "passwd" (without quote)
    type your new password
    retype your new password

    That's it

    after the instruction try to log in then enter password "alpine"
    the system will deny it.
    hope it help.

    Greeting from Laos
    First thank you for helping people on the forum as all of us are not pros!

    A lot of people with super amount of post have only rediculed us newbies instead of trying to help!

    I thank you!

    Here is my problem!

    I open Cydia and installed mobile terminal and used home key back to start and found mobile terminal icon and touched it and the mobile terminal starts and comes on for about 1 second then disappears I have turned of iphone and back on same thing!

    Any ideas?

    Thanks From

    Area51

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    just download bossprefs and deactivate ssh when you dont use it...

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    lol really you didnt understand that since everybody has a default root passwd everybody could xs your phone.
    i am suprised it took this long.

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    The solution; turn of ssh! Leave it on only when your going to use it!

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    in mexico you can not ssh over 3g or edge and the biggest internet providers here give u routers with firewalls activated by default so the only way i see this hapening here is if someone left ssh on, is conected over wifi and has the port open in the firewall.

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    all this discussion is silly. In the US with AT&T, this is simply not possible over 3G or EDGE.

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    As stated before, just use SBSettings to turn off your SSH. or uninstall SSH from Cydia. Also, to the person that said Your not going to remember to turn off SSH everytime you update firmware (it was way back) you have to turn SSH off everytime you re-boot your phone. I make it a habbit to turn it off. Leaving it on also drains your battery.

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    Default Best solution I have found!
    Best solution I have found is from Saurik!

    Open Cydia!

    Go down on opening screen to OpenSSH Access How-To

    Just follow the instructions!

    Thanks Saurik

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    All he was doing was showing people what could happen. Change your ssh pw no big deal.

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    i changed the pass on my 3gs and never had a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChaos View Post
    No. Do not turn it off. Just change your password. If you turn it off and your phone ends up in an endless reboot loop then you can't SSH into and fix it. You would have to restore.
    this is true

    -Luke

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    thank god i dont have the iPhone

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    Quote Originally Posted by tylersipodhelp View Post
    thank god i dont have the iPhone
    If you have SSH installed on your iPod, people can still fAck with it over wifi

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    I have changed my passwd to something else using passwd in terminal. It worked just fine. iTouch 2g 3.1.2

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    changed my password awhile back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauldanielash View Post
    I kind of agree that it's pushing the definition of "hacking," though at least he used port scanning. As much as I dislike the down-defining of hacking as being "any unauthorized access of a device," there's at least some creativity in his exploit, so I'm going with the term the media is using in this case.

    It was a **** move to ask for money, but it's good that he returned it. Provided that this leads to more awareness of ssh security, no harm no foul.

    I think he makes the hacking community look bad and just adds to the FUD Apple can use to try show jailbreaking is bad. Anyone that installed SSH on their iphone but didn't change the password( been doing this since 1.4 IPHUC days) must be the same folks that leave their keys in the ignition when they go into the store.

    A lot people only read part way through guides, then complain because they have issues that were covered in the second half of the guide.
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