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LaCie 2big Network Security Problem

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2008 8:47 pm    Post subject: LaCie 2big Network Security Problem Reply with quote

It is possible to bypass all security permissions on a LaCie 2Big Network hard drive via FTP. The default Ďadminí password will not change on the FTP side of the user login even after changing the admin login password. This allows full access to the hard drive via the administrators login to the FTP.


Steps to verify.

1. Setup a LaCie 2Big Network Hard drive with FTP access as per the manufacture instructions.
2. Change the ĎAdminí password anything you like.
3. Using an FTP client, log in to the LaCie 2Big Network hard drive using the 'admin' log in and your password.
4. You will not be able to log in using the new password
5. Using an FTP client, log in to the LaCie 2Big Network hard drive using the Ďadminí log in the default Ďadminí password.
6. You have full access to all folders and documents in the hard drive.
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