[linux] Fwd: Re: Stora Nas
j.j.paijmans op gmail.com
Do Dec 7 12:09:11 CET 2017
Gevonden op http://www.openstora.com/
Finally found the trick to gain root access to the Stora without using
the reset + tftp + nfs or a serial port:
First you need to get your Stora’s product key, it’s located behind the
Stora, close to the ethernet port, it’s in the form “XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX”.
Then you just need to SSH to your Stora with a particular user which is
just one of the users created through the web interface (the user needs
to have the administrator flag selected) concatenated by the string
“_hipserv2_netgear_XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX” (where XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX is
your product key, ALL CAPITAL LETTERS!), this time you’ll get a password
prompt instead of the “connection to x:22 exited: remote closed the
connection”, just enter the user password, which is the one you use to
access your Stora through the web interface and you’ll get user access.
Now to get root access you just need to write “sudo -s” and enter again
the user password, every ADMINISTRATOR user is allowed to use the sudo
command. You’ll probably get a: “audit_log_user_command(): Connection
refused” but it doesn’t matter, you’ll get the root prompt!
Example: if you created a user named “stora”, flagging the “user is
administrator” during the Stora setup or through the web interface and
your Stora’s product key is “1234-5678-9999-9999” you just need to ssh
to your Stora and use “stora_hipserv2_netgear_1234-5678-9999-9999” as
user, either using Putty or your favorite SSH client and enter that
user’s password, then “sudo -E -s” and you’ll get root access, that’s it!
Dr. J.J. Paijmans
5985PE Grashoek (L)
http://paijmans.net v.a. Stettin
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