ZGemma h2s remote streaming authentication

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  1. iNSPECTA's Avatar

    iNSPECTA said:

    Default ZGemma h2s remote streaming authentication

    Hopefully someone here can help me with this.

    I've got a zgemma h2s, I've set everything up for remote streaming, works perfectly but I want to add authentication to it.
    I've set the setting to use authentication but have absolutely no idea what the username and password is, also I'd like to be able to change them.

    My web searches aren't bringing up much, some say to log in via ssh and set a password. Some say that there are two different passwords, one for access, one for streaming.

    If anyone has any experience with this any help would be appreciated. Cheers!

    EDIT: I'm using a sucmnsee image. When I FTP into the box it connects just with the username as root, so assuming there's no password on it.

    EDIT2: Changed my password using the following
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    Download Putty telnet
    Open Putty
    Type in box IP & select telnet
    Type in your username: root 
    Type passwd 
    Enter your new password 
    Confirm your new password
    Exit
    Now asks for password when connecting and works, not overly sure how secure it actually is.
    Last edited by iNSPECTA; 29th May 2016 at 09:15 PM.
     
  2. bobo06's Avatar

    bobo06 said:

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    Should it not be dreambox
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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  3. iNSPECTA's Avatar

    iNSPECTA said:

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    The user? I never tried dreambox, thought it was bad enough root didn't have a password.

    I've managed to get it to stream remotely, but if you open the .m3u it serves you, the link inside can be used without a password so its almost pointless.
    Am I right in thinking if someone port scanned my IP and found the open streaming port they could just get a list of channels and share them freely?
    I've stopped forwarding the ports anyway as a precaution
     
  4. bobo06's Avatar

    bobo06 said:

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    I suppose it all depends on which image i know open atv images are ROOT / DREAMBOX as user and pass . Unless some fuck stick tampers with it . Yes that could be done change ip to a dns hosting addy. Then it will look like this

    #EXTM3U
    #EXTVLCOPT--http-reconnect=true
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] - Sky Sports 1

    Or simualer its been long time since i done not even sure if it still works last time i done it was last years champions league final
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    beansontoast said:

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    Try:
    root
    emty

    I used those with sucmnsee before.
    No sympathy for the devil; keep that in mind. Buy the ticket, take the ride...
     
  6. iNSPECTA's Avatar

    iNSPECTA said:

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    Cheers lads, I've got the user:pass part sorted out, openwebif is now 'secure'.

    I'd like to be able to access my channels, now and then, from outside my home network. Nothing long term.
    As soon as I forward my ports I'm open to people scanning my isp's IP range for open ports, finding it and potentially sharing my stuff across the net.

    I'm not very knowledgeable in this area but how could I password protect my stream? I know the user:pass would have to be in the stream link but that's not an issue. Just want to protect the streams themselves.

    I've used noip to get a redirect URL, strangely it works without the ports forwarded but falls down when attempting to stream. Forward the ports, works fine. Obviously by doing this I'm opening myself up to the same port scan vulnerability.

    Is this even possible or am I wasting my time?