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  1. Just tried to reflash same results. I have done a reset by plugging it in 3 times ,etc ,etc and my console output when connecting to serial.. when I finally get it is like this: Password: Login incorrect bunny login: Login timed out after 60 seconds. Debian GNU/Linux 8 bunny ttyGS0
  2. I updated to this firmware and now my serial connection is very slow and reports "login incorrect" every time I try to authenticate as root over serial. Im on ubuntu connecting with "sudo screen /dev/tty/ACM0" Thanks
  3. Thanks again I know the key space is large, and I've heard all of the comparisons to walking around the earth, digging holes to the sun and what have you. I really just wanted to know the entire character set because I didnt see it posted anywhere on the net. Respectfull - S
  4. Right include the (' ') space. Thanks again. so I think this should cover most password combinations. This would take a long time to brute force. 1234567890abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ!@#$%^&*()?><":;(' ')
  5. Thanks you vailixi and Cooper. I have heard/read that it was printable ASCII characters only. My question really stems from makeing sure I have the correct character set to brute force hashes during pen tests if my dictionaries fail. So for my case I would want to use only characters that could be typed on a standard keyboard.
  6. I have google searched for a few days, but I was hoping that someone could give me the answer I need. What is the full character set for WPA/WPA2 passwords? I believe it is a minimum of 8 digits, but I have read that the maximum is 40 and also that it is 63. Could you please clarify? I know we have all upper and lower case letters and the numbers 0-1, but I would like to know what special characters are allowed as well. so what i have for sure is: 1234567890abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ There must be some special characters to add onto that. Thanks in advance.
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