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"Your Credentials are not valid" As well as "session has Expired"


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I am currently trying to setup the cloud c2 with AWS, and I'm following along with these videos

Video 1 -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TIpx_ENurLY&t=67s

Video 2 -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvFMf9BQLAI&t=124s

Now, I've copied an pasted All of the correct commands to this process, as well as went out of my way to purge the first VM and then create a New one (Ubuntu lts 20. in AWS) And I still run into the same exact issue.

I try to connect to the Ip and then it displays the login page (After I have already put in token, license key, username, and password), And I go to put in the credentials and it gives me an error stating "Your Credentials are not valid" Even though I wrote them down to make sure I didn't get it wrong the second time. I even copy pasted it out of desperation.

If Anyone could assist me in something I could be doing wrong that would be greatly appreciated!

From your friend, Kikuz.

 

 

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Are you using some special character as a part of your password that might not be appreciated by the Cloud C2 instance? (Don't expose your password here though :-) )

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AWESOME! FOUDN A SOLUTION!

  1. Delete c2.db
  2. Stop Instance
  3. Start and Connect
  4. Run
    IP=$(curl -s https://checkip.amazonaws.com)

    ./c2_community-linux-64 -hostname $IP
  5. And then go to the login and recreate the account. 

Then, happy connecting devices!

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There's command in the C2 app to reset password. But I don't have my box with C2 running. So don't know what it's is.

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