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Completed:
 
Completed:
* Get console access
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* Get console access, thnx to LotLabor: https://www.loetlabor.org/Hacking_Verbatim_Powerbay
* Dump filesystems
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* Dump filesystems (FooBar)
  
 
Next up:
 
Next up:
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* Analyze filesystems/webinterface for exploit-vectors
 
* Get telnetd/sshd running
 
* Get telnetd/sshd running
 
or
 
or
 
* Make backup of internal flash, make it restoreable
 
* Make backup of internal flash, make it restoreable
 
* Install debian armel on internal flash or usb/sata
 
* Install debian armel on internal flash or usb/sata
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Hardware:
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* CPU: ARM926EJ-S [56251311] revision 1 (ARMv5TE), cr=00053977
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* Machine: Feroceon-KW
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* Memory: 256MB
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* Internal NOR Flash:
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* Ports: 5x SATA (4x internal, 1x e-SATA), 2x USB (front+back), 2x Gig-Ethernet
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* Operating System: Custom Linux
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* Hacker-friendlyness: Low

Revision as of 20:34, 14 June 2012

Project Hacking the Verbatim PowerBay Nas
Status "In Progress" is not in the list of possible values (Proposed, Initializing, In progress, Completed, Stalled, Abandoned) for this property.
Contact User:FooBar
Last Update 2012-06-14

[User:FooBar FooBar] bought 2 Verbatim PowerBay nas boxes... These systems run Linux on an Arm5 system. The current goal is to 'root' the systems so we can run our own software on these.

Completed:

Next up:

  • Analyze filesystems/webinterface for exploit-vectors
  • Get telnetd/sshd running

or

  • Make backup of internal flash, make it restoreable
  • Install debian armel on internal flash or usb/sata

Hardware:

  • CPU: ARM926EJ-S [56251311] revision 1 (ARMv5TE), cr=00053977
  • Machine: Feroceon-KW
  • Memory: 256MB
  • Internal NOR Flash:
  • Ports: 5x SATA (4x internal, 1x e-SATA), 2x USB (front+back), 2x Gig-Ethernet
  • Operating System: Custom Linux
  • Hacker-friendlyness: Low