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In my last post, I examined how to get U-Boot access and obtain the flash data from a Foscam FI9853EP camera. Whereas this data is very useful for offline analysis, I wanted to get a root shell so I can … Continue reading
I have a Foscam FI9853EP, which was introduced in 2014 and has long since been obsoleted. One of the things that stands out, is that all firmware is encrypted: I was curious: what could be in the firmware that needs … Continue reading
Way back when, I was involved in trying to obtain passwords for a Novell NetWare 3.12 server. I won’t go into details here, suffice to say that the topic has always interested me – sufficiently to return to it 30-ish … Continue reading
I decided to take a look into the NetWare 386 filesystem, which was used in NetWare 3.x and 4.x and perhaps later versions as well. This post serves to give a high-level background on the design and layout. Tools to … Continue reading