Thomson, Speedtouch etc all possible passwords in one file 1.0

Contain all default passwords of possible routers using default algorithm of UFOWardriving

  1. asterixthc

    asterixthc Active Member
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    I have created a dictionary that contains all default passwords of all possible thomson routers using default algorithm from UFOWardriving.

    It works with various routers that have a particular firmware
    • SpeedTouch
    • Thomson
    • INFINITUM
    • Discus
    • BBox
    • BTHomeHub
    • TISCALI
    • Otenet
    • Sapo
    and others!
    It can be used with Aircrack or similar software. WiFi for all :psy
     
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  2. Lechero 317

    Lechero 317 Active Member

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    what thompson or infinitum is possible to attack with this dictionary and what encriptions WEP OR WPA?
     
  3. asterixthc

    asterixthc Active Member
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    All thomson and all infinitum, i have create this dictionary for ALL thomson networks (infinitum, bigpond, etc)
     
  4. VendettaFTM

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    any chance on link? would really love to see this
     
  5. Fantastic

    Fantastic Well-Known Member
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    the link is the red button on the upper right corner
     
  6. Chacho

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    Didn´t work with INFINITUM05DF27 any idea?
     
  7. mp cocky

    mp cocky Well-Known Member

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    thanks you :D
     
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    Maybe it's not a tompson router, it can be a 2wire or other


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk 2.0.8

    As a side note, i can say that the ISP TELMEX (Mexico) uses routers Thomson, 2wire and others with the same wireless network name: INFINITUMXXXXXX or INFINITUMXXXX


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk 2.0.8
     
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    : Поточник: : Fadancing:
     
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    Which years does it include?
     
  11. rioboy

    rioboy Well-Known Member

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    my key generator gives this as a possible default password

    B8A1601CBB

    try it!
     
  12. Ray88

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    Hello menbers

    i have a problem i don´t know of this is the right places but its about this list
    its compleet i find my password in it
    when i open the list and than search for ##########
    it comeś up with the location
    i know how to get the handshake that no problem
    i know how to run aircrack
    but when i run aircrack-ng it wont come up with the key
    when the key is in it !
    i know for sure because i check it before running
    do one off you know why i can find it ??
    it says passphrase not in dictionary
    do i have to change this wordlist to work?

    Greetings from holland
     
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  13. kevsamiga

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    I ran this useful dictionary in the past on elcomsoft wireless security auditor using
    twin GPU's to decode handshakes on Win7 x64 which gives the answer much faster than waiting around under aircrack-ng for Linux does.

    However some of the newer Thomson's are Technicolor brand which won't work
    with this list despite a correct SSID since the algorithm is different, and was changed for obvious reasons.

    Whilst I'm not entirely sure of the accuracy of the list, you can use the following site as an alternative.

    Thomson SSID Query
     
  14. Ray88

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    Thanx kevamiga for the info and the link i will try the elcomsoft wireless security auditor in the future
    first i want this to work flaless
    i think i know what was the problem was. the handshake was not good some how
    i delete the handshake and did it again ,them i did the handshake on a home made list with the password in it .
    now it finds the password in my list
    now i try this list again ,it runs as why speak but will take some time i am on a laptop
    and it go only 440 k/s
     
  15. core_maltego

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    Thanks, from me too!! i will need it to make a database master key for specific essid's we have in our country
     
  16. Javier Moreno

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    Hello guys! Very nice article but unfortunately i cant download the file!! Well it seems does not exist any more!!
    Please help if someone know!
    Thank you !!
     
  18. aetos

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    very good,,tnks!!!!!!
     
  19. grimoire

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    gracias
    thanks
     
  20. taoufiqlotfi101

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    good
     
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