I think this deserves a new topic.
Long story short I have a out of the box dot.bob2. I turned it on, click on the first Spanish dialogue, typed in some digits click the "dial" button.
The machine DHCP'd an IP from my internal router as expected. I did a port scan and came up with:
Starting nmap V. 3.00 ( www.insecure.org/nmap )
Interesting ports on (192.168.1.201):
(The 1595 ports scanned but not shown below are in state: closed)
Port State Service
21/tcp open ftp
23/tcp open telnet
143/tcp open imap2
513/tcp open login
514/tcp open shell
6000/tcp open X11
Remote operating system guess: Linux 2.1.19 - 2.2.20
Uptime 0.004 days (since Mon Jan 19 02:11:18 2004)
Nmap run completed -- 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 9 seconds
Anyone know a way to login in through the ports. I've tried standard telnet, ftp, and putty, google'ng, etc... Am I missing something here? A little help please.
I recently had some free time with the holidays and I had pondered the disassembly issue that we all know too well. The dot is held together by screws. Lots of screws.
In my mental wanders I found myself pondering a line from the Intel Product Brochure:
Zero maintenance software for the consumer — entire software configuration remotely managed using Intel SMS.
Therefore, they must have a accessible service I could possibly exploit to perform the xterm hack, the perform the linux bios flash.
If anyone has any interest, please email me and I will pass on my IP to my router which I can put the dot outside of.
jsmmd / MethodicJon