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    Default dreambox password (recover/crack it??)

    hey guys i am indeed interested in the dreambox and went over to a family friends house and noticed he has the dream when i tried to ftp to it i tried the default username (l:root|p:dreambox) and didn't work. i asked my friend and said he didn't know the password and that the guy who came and installed it would probably know. is there a way to get in it or change the password without flashing it? like say from the setup/blue panel menu which thank god isn't passworded? btw its a dreambox 500 original not a clone.



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    re-flash it, but in saying that is it setup on a cs ?? if so i bet it was passworded for a reason that being so they can not find out the server details

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    yup reflash - unless some else know any better that likes to share

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibbz101 View Post
    hey guys i am indeed interested in the dreambox and went over to a family friends house and noticed he has the dream when i tried to ftp to it i tried the default username (l:root|p:dreambox) and didn't work. i asked my friend and said he didn't know the password and that the guy who came and installed it would probably know. is there a way to get in it or change the password without flashing it? like say from the setup/blue panel menu which thank god isn't passworded? btw its a dreambox 500 original not a clone.
    how do you know its a original?

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    try root, and pw admin.

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    is he running selectv? and is it a gemini image?

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    I have a similiar question this time on a PLI image where it seems I may have accidently placed a password on the setup menu - so I can not get in from the remote and setup menu etc.

    FTP to the DM500 is OK with root dreambox.

    Any way to reset the setup password?

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    they have master passwold ?

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    Had in my bookmarks,... for when a mate and I were discussing similar things.

    Jim.....

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