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Hi all, I found this site a while back while searching for airstash hacking, and found the threads on the successor sandisk 32g. I bought 2 Canon Connect Station CS100's for really cheap. But I would like to get more out of it, I bought it thinking maybe I could get root access, If not, they would still be useful as extremely cheap 1TB 2.5" HDD's My Journey so far: First, I ran a port scan. results here: https://pastebin.com/u2KgurBx And saw no useful ports. I then tried a keyboard in the USB, but would not provide any power to it. It does access a USB flash drive inserted once (flashes once) on boot, but then after does nothing. I assume it is looking for a new firmware file. I then removed the HDD and connected it to my PC running Ubuntu. The HDD consists of 6 partitions The first partition has a file list posted here: https://pastebin.com/m5Z1CRdK The Linux kernel seems to be: Linux 126.96.36.199-32-sigma There seems to be no SSH module that I can find and I am not sure on how to get to any terminal. The firmware seems to be checked / updated by a script with the config in the 5th partition. File: CMSTAPP.properties Contains: http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/rmds/ic/connectstation/cs100/firmwareupdate/autoupdateservice_cmst10_urltable.xml Firmware file: http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/6/0400003256/01/firm_CS100_2.5.2_201705191000.frm I am not sure where to continue from here. I would like to install SSH, but with no apparent way to communicate with the device via terminal and with my Linux skills being that of a Noob I would not know where to go now. Any help / suggestions would be greatly appreciated Update: 06/02/2018 Info: Cs100's fdisk -l Cs100's dmesg Mods: Enable Telnet Chroot Debian External Resources: Use HDD in other devices (by iintoxxicated @ desidime.com) Basic Teardown (by zom @ boards.ie)