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    changing your password f's up your phone, do not do it. if beyond fw 1.1.3

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    Quote Originally Posted by avnyc11 View Post
    changing your password f's up your phone, do not do it. if beyond fw 1.1.3
    what did it do to your phone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnhollie View Post
    You can only SSH if you've jailbroken your ipod/iphone. No need to worry
    thanks dude but i guess i have some apps from app store such as air mouse pro, idisk, quicksheet... and they all can connect from iphone to mac via wifi and i can access my iphone from my mac... i guess that is SSH.. is it safe?

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    Ughhhhh man I don't even know where to start. It's real funny but I also feel real bad. No you do not have ssh if u did not specifically install it on a jb iPhone/iPod.. Just because u use a program that connects via tcp/ip does not make it ssh. Ssh is a secure shell and it's a protocol that's not installed by default. So stop worrying if it's not jb and go read wikipedia and find out what ssh is... Don't wanna be mean to a obvious n00b but u should read more before asking such dumb questions.. Anyway no harm done now go learn! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkurasz View Post
    Ughhhhh man I don't even know where to start. It's real funny but I also feel real bad. No you do not have ssh if u did not specifically install it on a jb iPhone/iPod.. Just because u use a program that connects via tcp/ip does not make it ssh. Ssh is a secure shell and it's a protocol that's not installed by default. So stop worrying if it's not jb and go read wikipedia and find out what ssh is... Don't wanna be mean to a obvious n00b but u should read more before asking such dumb questions.. Anyway no harm done now go learn! Lol
    i read all about ssh but reconfirming is not going to harm me in anyway... thanks for the advice though... and finally, thanks for your reply.. i appreciate it.

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    you wouldnt get this from any other guy! use sbsettings keep ssh off and this stuff would not happen. you deserve to be rickrolled!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan3636 View Post
    how do you change the root password????
    if you haven't figured this out yet, you don't need to be messing around with a jailbroken iphone, the directions are clearly on the cydia page. just read a little bit, you'd be amazed at how far it gets you.

    Quote Originally Posted by cuty_kamu View Post
    if i'm not jailbreaked how would i know my SSH is turned on?
    and if it is turn on how would i turn it off without jailbreaking my device?
    if you aren't jailbroken, then you haven't installed open ssh, and therefore are not vulnerable to this exploit. haha

    Quote Originally Posted by avnyc11 View Post
    changing your password f's up your phone, do not do it. if beyond fw 1.1.3
    it doesn't f up your phone. what makes you think otherwise?
    Last edited by smuggler; 11-08-2009 at 09:15 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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    It's because of assholes like him that gives Apple more reason to battle jailbreaking. Apple can use those two cases as evidence and proof that jailbreaking isn't safe. Now Apple has some evidence to support their claim. Something so minor can actually turn major once people's interest in it start to grow.. and who knows... there may be virus created to harm our phones. It's people like that that ruins it for everyone else. /Rant

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    Quote Originally Posted by billchase2 View Post
    Do that many people keep SSH on at all times? I keep mine off and only turn it on if I need to make changes. SSH seems to suck the battery dry if left on all the time.
    dude ssh doesn't use any of your batt power, hate to break it to ya.
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    Changing the password doesnt ruin the phone i have done it and im fine. im on 3.1 without any issues

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ticko View Post
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    disagree, haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by c.e.p View Post
    Yeah this happened to my brothers phone.

    Managed to convince him to finally jailbreak it, about 6 hours later i see this rick roll fella haha...
    This made me LOL for real

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    I checked my dashboard I had 3G ON and ssh on. I usually have them off but forgot when i upgraded to 3.1.2 on a whim All off now!

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    i didnt even install openssh =] on my jailbroken iphone

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    so im totally confused, i have the newest version of WinSCP on my PC and my iphone is JB on 3.0 firmware w/redsn0w. Anytime i try going into the options or whatever in WinSCP before logging in to change the password, it acts as if it's changed, then when i type "root" then my new chosen password it says its denied. I then type in alpine and bam, lets me right in. Whats up with this? how do i change the password to getting in my phone over wifi SSH from inside WinSCP?
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    I've been RickRolled lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by avnyc11 View Post
    changing your password f's up your phone, do not do it. if beyond fw 1.1.3
    Are you insane, or just acting that way?

    Changing the password does NOT mess up your phone in any way.

    Unless you forget the password you changed it to ...

    Quote Originally Posted by iphonerookie View Post
    so im totally confused, i have the newest version of WinSCP on my PC and my iphone is JB on 3.0 firmware w/redsn0w. Anytime i try going into the options or whatever in WinSCP before logging in to change the password, it acts as if it's changed, then when i type "root" then my new chosen password it says its denied. I then type in alpine and bam, lets me right in. Whats up with this? how do i change the password to getting in my phone over wifi SSH from inside WinSCP?
    Logon with "root" and "apine" then:
    Quote Originally Posted by mbaharvard View Post
    Works on 'em all. I just SSH in with WinSCP and use Putty to change both the root and mobile passwords.

    When you are connected with WinSCP, just open Putty and it will first ask you a password - type in "alpine".

    Then type "passwd" then your chosen password twice.

    Then type "passwd mobile" and then, again, your chosen password twice. then "exit" to end the Putty session.

    Done.

    And, as has been mentioned, turn off SSH unless you need it - easiest via SBSettings from Big Boss.
    And, don't forget your password - you'll need it when you relog on with WinSCP - still "root" but now, your new password.
    Last edited by mbaharvard; 11-09-2009 at 01:18 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    ha ha ha i got this last night but i jst checkd sbsettings n my ssh is off... do i jst change my password 2 get rid of it? im a rookie at this sort of stuff...

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    iPhone hacking the new fad

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    this happend to me today. im not worried because im jut going to restore. but is there anything else that happens besides the wallaper. oh btw the time changes to

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