ASFAIK, Wi-Fi gets real time weather and traffic, if you turn it on, but they no longer offer subscriptions. So far I get 30 days free every time they upgrade the software.Ooooh my kinda thread. I am a middleware/sysadmin guy and a linux geek.
If I had my car, I could try ext2/3/4, but, alas, it's still in the dealer till I get a new transmission.
I'd be glad to help with this stuff however I can when I get my car back
One thing I do know is that when I first got the car, I connected it to my wifi, but then I couldn't find any functionality that actually *used* it... Was I missing something there?
Gonna have to keep tinkering with mine then. FYI, most modern ssh configs disable ssh root login. So the few login attempts you guys have tried could actually be valid, but since SSH is preventing the root login it will show as a failure. Has anyone tried to see if telnet is listening? Getting a copy of /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow would be a huge help.Well i haven't got my M3 yet, But should arrive in August (about 6 months waiting time in Denmark:devil But @PoP has had an SSH connection with the car.
The touch screen is uses a Microchip AR1010 or AR1100 chip a far as i can see from some documentation. This touch screen controller uses UART.
So what i know so far is the system consists of
CPU= Freescale i.MX6Q
Linux Kernel 3.0.35 for the i.MX6Q
Wifi= TI WL127x or WL128x
Display server protocol= Wayland
This would get posted an hour before I'm supposed to leave for dinner.Here is a gift:
*Do not try to update any system with this file, it is only for studying and is incomplete. I take NO responsibility for anything done with this file.*
Unfortunately not. The upgrade process is automated. No input password wise is required by the tech.Password hash for the ZIP file is currently being identified as Whirlpool..Not sure I believe that or not yet. Running some stuff against it, keeping my fingers crossed that I'll have some results when i get back home tonight.
Edit: If I were to guess, I'd bet the password is possibly numeric only. The decryption password would have to be inputted by a tech before the firmware upgrade could begin (assuming this is the actual file that gets fed to the car) from the diagnostic menu. And since there's no keyboard support (at least it appears that way) and the diagnostic menu only has a number pad, I'm guessing numeric only which will help with password cracking a bit.
I kinda doubt it's going to that extreme. I'm guessing one key to extract the entire zip file. But even if that were the case, the method to the madness for determining the key has to live somewhere on the system itself if techs don't have to input anything.I still have not been able to successfully brute-force it. They may even have different passwords that are keyed based of an algorithm and a file's name.
If there was some way to observe the install process it may help, but otherwise I'm not sure. I'm hoping the new rumored (ie, Bebe only so far) update adds some features and fixes traffic, then my interest in overriding the OS will simmer a bit.
What software did you use to leverage your GPU? I'm familiar with most of the GPU based password cracking tools (Part of my job at work) but I don't know of any that actually support encrypted ZIPI gave brute forcing a try with my cuda cores. No go. Not even sure if this is possible, but maybe someone could make a trojan horse style zip file that you can plug into the car and simply have it be an empty zip or a zip with dummy file data that when accessed creates a log file of any attempted passwords?