Anyone have thoughts on how to reverse engineer the firmware for the 4082 MiFi device?
Binwalk wasn’t able to find anything. I’m guessing the firmware is encrypted/obfuscated.
You can download the firmware update_2.1.32_2.1.56_MIFI4082_sprint.bin here.
Shh… preview beta release of the next project. http://noupload.com
What is it?
A free server to test, experiment, learn and play with.
High Level Tutorial to install dns2tcp and use it on your iOS device.
jailbroken iOS device
Configure your domain and create a subdomain:
Create an A record and NS record (check with your domain registrar)
tunnel IN A 188.8.131.52
d2t IN NS tunnel.yourdomain.com
replace 184.108.40.206 with the ip address of your Ubuntu/debian server
replace yourdomain.com with a domain name in your control
sudo apt-get install dns2tcp
cat > /etc/dns2tcpd.conf <<EOF
listen = 220.127.116.11
port = 53
user = nobody
key = password
chroot = /tmp/dns2tcp/
domain = d2t.yourdomain.com
ressources = ssh:127.0.0.1:22
dns2tcpd -d 1 -f /etc/dns2tcpd.conf
Install MobileTerminal, OpenSSH, and dns2tcp on your jailbroken device.
Run in MobileTerminal:
dns2tcpc -z d2t.yourdomain.com -k password -d 1 -l 2222 -r ssh 18.104.22.168
starts the dns2tcp tunnel ready to accept ssh connections on port 2222
ssh -D 1080 -p 2222 email@example.com
starts a ssh tunnel for SOCKS proxy
Configure iOS to use SOCKS proxy:
Download iOS pac file
Save it to /private/var/root/proxy.pac
Navigate to Settings > Wi-Fi > <your network> > HTTP Proxy > Auto
file:///private/var/root/proxy.pac in the URL
All data on your iOS device should now be tunneling through your SOCKS proxy over DNS!
I have been traveling a lot the past year and finding/carrying lots of different souvenirs from country to country just wasn’t practical. So I decided on pins from each country. Some people collect magnets, shot glasses or snow globes but I chose pins. They’re small and inexpensive.
What better way to display all those pins than on a travel map!
- I purchased a large world wall map off eBay for $15. Since some pins are fairly large a spacious map was needed so that the pins wouldn’t be all cramped together. This one measures 55 x 39 inches (140 x 100 cm)
- You will need some form of backing for the map. A large cardboard box from that big screen TV or foam board could be used. I used a large board I bought from the local hardware store for $10.
- Leave some space on the edges for the frame and glue it down.
- Use spray glue or Modge Podge to glue the map to the backing. Make sure there are no bubbles!
- Picture frames are expensive, especially at this size. So I used door trim which is less than $1 for a 1 foot length. I also had some scrap trim available. Measure and cut.
- I chose a dark brown color for the frame. Paint and let dry.
- Make a back support for the board which the frame can be nailed to. Again I had some scrap wood, but a few strips from the hardware store should be inexpensive. I added a center strip for some added support.
- Once you’ve nailed the board to the back support you can start nailing the frame to the board.
- Fill in the nail holes and touch up as needed. Your world map is now framed!
- Finally the fun part. Stick all your travel pins into the map.
- An awesome project that looks great and only cost around $35.