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hi guyz, i want to ask something.

i managed to hack DSL username and password, hacking to their router, using Cowpatty.

now i want to use this username and account for my own router.

but the problem it maybe trace by ISP..

cause their using it at the same time... i want to use it.

is it posibble that i can use with without ISP noticing.

im just using linksys adsl router. model WAG200G...

btw, i want to use it cause their account is 8x faster than my internet when i tried it.

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NO! dude, seriously, just no, you cant, its all tied to the landline number, if you did "hack it" then whats the ISP? any decent people wortk either by phone number or something else for verification.

if you want their "8x faster internet" then go ask them OR go over and hold a gun to their head or canabalize their bodies and use their internet until somebody notices the odd smell all the while you can download all your porn and then run home, cuz thats the only thing i can think of of why youd want it THAT BADLY.

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The username and password for a "router" is different than the username and pass that you use to get on with their account directly. This is just what their ISP or they set on the router, and from their, the router connects to the DSL modem. If its an all in one router/modem deal, then even if you use their account info, you are still tied to your accounts mac address, so if anything, they would be able to see this persons account logged on in two different locations. What I dont understand, is why you think this will make your account faster. DSL isnt like cable, you dont share the same pool as everyone else, so you shoudl get dedicated bandwidth based on what you pay for your speed.

If you hacked their router, me thinks that thats just the wifi from the router itself, even if they have a faster connection than your DSL yoru account wont get any faster by using their info to loginto the isp with. If your gung ho about breaking the law (which you did by hacking their router and using their internet) why not just use that connection to begin with? This way, its using their account directly and not traced back to your home.

Either way, you are a dumbass. If you get caught doing either, you go to jail. Have fun with that. Sometimes when you do things you know to be illegal, you don't post them on an open public forum, and you dont ask people you dont know for advice on breakign the law, someone might turn yoru ass in. You keep these little nuggets of success to yourself, and you do the research on your own to find the answer. Otherwise, you just look like a leech who is only going to get in trouble for stealing someones connection as well as wiretapping since you hacked their router/account.

And stop double posting the same question. You should already know the answer by now.

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and the op's post is what makes these forums horrid

for the op

suggestion since the people you "hacked" are clearly tards allowing remote managment of thier router either be a bastard and use thier isp account info and login to thier isp home page and cancel thier account or make one of them dmz and launch some attacks on him and from thier mitm thier network or something similair

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and the op's post is what makes these forums horrid

for the op

suggestion since the people you "hacked" are clearly tards allowing remote managment of thier router either be a bastard and use thier isp account info and login to thier isp home page and cancel thier account or make one of them dmz and launch some attacks on him and from thier mitm thier network or something similair

Because that's obviously much more sensible than trying to steal their internet.

Bad ideas, all of them, give up now before you get yourself in deep shit.

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So by your definition people are tards because they are not educated properly on how to lock down and manage their all in one modem/router/AP? So if I was an accountant would you be a tard if you didn't know NPV?

The only tard I see in this scenario is the O.P who more than likely has the login credentials for the gateways web management interface and not the details for the ISP account. You would have to back up the .cfg file and go through it to find the ISP password or load that .cfg file into another gateway of the same make and model. Even then it still wont work seeing as ADSL is bound to that "physical land line" hence why when you move you have to wait for them to enable it on your phone number at the telco exchange. Even if it did work why would you be so stupid as to connect it to your own home phone number that the telco could clearly identify you? May I suggest that the O.P learn some basic networking concepts before playing around with tools they have no understanding on.

Burning ace's and what would the benefit be of canceling the dsl subscription for both attacker and victim? If anything you would just browse the webmail or setup a few free email accounts associated with that ISP subscription.

Um I doubt launching a MITM attack in a DMZ is going to work. To DMZ you would move the victims network into a VLAN or different IP address block. When you scan for available hosts and poison the arp table you can only do that to computers that are on the same VLAN or subnet as yourself.

P.S: I lol'd hard at Digip's posting, funny and informative at the same time.

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