efipw_0.2b.py -p supah-secret -m commandThe client will now be in command mode, unless the password is typed in. This disables booting from anything but internal hard drives. Full mode is a bit more annoying as it requires a password every reboot:
efipw_0.2b.py -p supah-secret -m fullNow, we can take off our tin foil hats. Disabling EFI passwords is then as easy as sending the following through ARD:
nvram -d security-mode nvram -d security-passwordThe above would need to be part of any ARD templates that involve a bless command, etc… Now that we’ve used some of the worse encryption ever, I’ll queue up Dirty Deeds, Done Dirt Cheap and sip some Budweiser. Enjoy.
krypted July 1st, 2011
mysql -u root -pTurns out there’s a wp_users table in there. For my user I was able to do the following (replacing MYUSERNAME with my actual username):
SELECT MYUSERNAME FROM `wp_users`Then the following (again assuming MYUSERNAME is the user and now substituting MYPASSWORD with the password you want to use – lucky us that md5 is supported from the mysql CLI now, as that’s what WordPress is gonna’ want us to use):
UPDATE wp_users SET user_pass = MD5(‘”(MYPASSWORD)”‘) WHERE ID = MYUSERNAMEAnd then viola I was back to writing the same old dribble once again. I had been really busy finishing off some chapters and so hadn’t bothered to figure it out. Now I’ll be back to it. Lucky you, right?!?!
krypted April 13th, 2010
krypted January 17th, 2007
Lost the password for your Qlogic? You can TFTP a new firmware file into a 5xxx switch and then do a factory reset while itâ€™s in maintenance mode (follow the instruction exactly as they are in the latest version of the manual for your switch). Or if you have a serial adapter you can break the boot sequence by using the space bar during boot. At the prompt use:
If you factory reset it then the default IP address will be 10.0.0.1 again and the default password will be back to password. If you have the password and just want to reset it back to factory defaults then you can use the following steps:Sanbox login: prom Password: 0) Exit 1) Image Unpack 2) Reset Network Config 3) Reset Password File 4) Copy Log Files 5) Remove Switch Config 6) Remake Filesystem 7) Reset Switch Option: 3 OK, password file has been reset to factory defaults. 0) Exit 1) Image Unpack 2) Reset Network Config 3) Reset Password File 4) Copy Log Files 5) Remove Switch Config 6) Remake Filesystem 7) Reset Switch Option: 7 Are you sure you want to reboot the switch? (y/n) y 0) Exit 1) Image Unpack 2) Reset Network Config 3) Reset Password File 4) Copy Log Files 5) Remove Switch Config 6) Remake Filesystem 7) Reset Switch Option: 0
krypted May 14th, 2005
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