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Sun Dec 11 18:02:04 UTC 2005
Andy Pieters wrote:
> Hi list
> We got this toshiba server and at first couldn't get it working.
> After removing the second drive (which is faulty), the server boots up.
> Now we can connect to it but there is a big problem!
> In the manual it says that there are three default accounts: root, telnetuser,
> and applianceadmin, all with password toshiba.
> I just tried all three of them and those are no longer the passwords! The
> previous owner must have changed them.
> I realize this is a bit delicate, but does anyone know of a tool that can
> generate brute force passwords to try over ssh?
> Alternatively, what other options are there? The harddrives are of a very
> tiny model and a ide cable doesn't fit on it. The server is headless, and
> you can't connect a keyboard to it.
> With kind regards
Using physical access, you can try key-combinations like CTRL-ALT-ENT,
CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE ... to log in without passwort.
I had a simelar problem with a appliance. No password was acceted. And
no chance to use a floppy/Cd- drive. But typing CTRL-ALT-BACKSPACE did a
May be the ventor assumes that physical access is not availible to
foreingns to such systems..
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