Hardware Linksys Router

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by M1Sports20, Oct 11, 2005.

  1. M1Sports20

    M1Sports20 Guest

    There are several linksys routers in my building. I have physical access to one of them. I would like the password to all of them. I have a thoery on how to do this but I would like some input from other people.

    I could look at the compiled ASM code of the offical linksys and find what memory address the password is stored at. I could then look up the memory chip and put the correct voltages on the right input pins and read the output pins. I could repeat this for each byte. The only thing I would not know would be the length of the password. But I wouldn't mind trying 15 passwords, 1-15 length. In theory does this sound right? Can I leave the flash memory chip in place while puting the voltages on the pins and reading the output.

    If you have an other better Ideas I would appreciate them. Thanks.
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