I have a Linux device (running an old Ubuntu Version, 2010), where I want to gain root access to investigate the filesystem and do some changes.
I have ethernet access to this device.
I did nmap -sV and the device returned:
Host is up.
Not Shown: 996 closed ports
Port State Service Version
22/tcp open ssh OpenSSH [url removed, login to view] Debian 4ubuntu (Ubuntu Linux;
53/tcp open domain dnsmasq 2.58
80/tcp open http mini_httpd 1.19
111/tcp open rpcbind 2
ssh needs a password, I don't have.
I know theres a way in. It already has been done, but I need some help.
Due to some questions, the device is mine and in mine possession. So it's not critical, when the display changes during the operation.
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Hi! It's intersting job. Could you give me more details about device? (Model, etc) Also, I'd like to have some linux system in same subnet to expiriment on your device.
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Hi Wilson, Don't worry. I had many such situations in my carrier. We can certainly solve your problem. I can instruct you via GTalk, Skype or email. Best regards
Dear Sir ! I know only one way reset to first user password (not root) ,if you have console access to host,and boot recovery mode. if you have console access ,i can try help you. regards g