Any time i’ve been using modem (i use huawei e169) for my internet connections. because i like the flexibility and realibility for use on my notebook. but 2 days ago, i was late to pay the bill and my connection was disconnected. i read the bill, and the bill was so high than other provider. i want to move to other provider, but i can’t. because the modem was locked by provider and only can using the sim card from the provider. yes i hear there is any way to unlock the modem, but i must pay at the service. because of that i’m doing some research and looking for the unlock code algorithm used by huawei modem. and i got it and did it in my program. now i can freely use any sim card on my modem. here it is, the source code contains the algorithm or you can use by direct or import it to your own program ;) . hope you enjoy !
#!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or # modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public # License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either # version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. # # This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, # but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of # MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU # Lesser General Public License for more details. # # You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public # License along with this library; if not, write to the # Free Software Foundation, Inc., # 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, # Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA # # Copyright 2010 Gunslinger_ <firstname.lastname@example.org> # http://bit.ly/c0debreaker import hashlib, string __author__ = "Gunslinger_ <email@example.com>" __date__ = "Tue, 14 Jun 2011 23:22:42 +0700" __version__ = "1.0" __copyright__ = "Copyright (c) 2010 Gunslinger_" class huawei_modem_unlocker(object): """ Instance variables: Imei Imei of the modem will be calculated Default : '0' Verbose Display how algorithm working Default : False """ def __init__(self, imei='0', verbose=False): ''' Huawei modem unlocker class constructor ''' self._imei = imei self._verbose = verbose self._md5u = hashlib.md5(str(imei)+str('5e8dd316726b0335')).hexdigest() self._md5f = hashlib.md5(str(imei)+str('97b7bc6be525ab44')).hexdigest() self._unlock_code = '' self._flash_code = '' # verbose formating self._width = 21 self._w = 10 self._header_format = '%-*s%*s' self._format = ' %d | %-*s | %*s ' def xor_digits(self, source, counter): ''' Get a value and xoring it during looping iteration ''' digits = int('0x0'+source[0+counter:2+counter],16) ^ \ int('0x0'+source[8+counter:8+2+counter],16) ^ \ int('0x0'+source[16+counter:16+2+counter],16) ^ \ int('0x0'+source[24+counter:24+2+counter],16) return digits def calc(self): ''' Process calculate with the algorithm (read source code) ''' cnt = 0 cnt2 = 1 if self._verbose: print "="*(self._width+13) print " Iter."+"|"+ " Unlock byte "+"|"+" Flash byte " print "-"*(self._width+13) while cnt < 8: digits_unlock = self.xor_digits(self._md5u, cnt) digits_flash = self.xor_digits(self._md5f, cnt) unlock_byte = string.zfill(hex(digits_unlock)[2:],2) flash_byte = string.zfill(hex(digits_flash)[2:],2) self._unlock_code = str(self._unlock_code)+str(unlock_byte) self._flash_code = str(self._flash_code)+str(flash_byte) if self._verbose: print self._format % (int(cnt2), self._width - self._w, self._unlock_code , self._w, self._flash_code) cnt +=2 cnt2 +=1 if self._verbose: print "="*(self._width+13) print "\nUNLOCK CODE = %d & %d | %d = %d" % (int('0x0'+self._unlock_code,16), 33554431, 33554432, eval("int('0x0'+self._unlock_code,16) & 33554431 | 33554432")) print "FLASH CODE = %d & %d | %d = %d\n" % (int('0x0'+self._flash_code,16), 33554431, 33554432, eval("int('0x0'+self._flash_code,16) & 33554431 | 33554432")) self._unlock_code = int('0x0'+self._unlock_code,16) & 33554431 | 33554432 self._flash_code = int('0x0'+self._flash_code,16) & 33554431 | 33554432 return (self._unlock_code, self._flash_code) def run(self): ''' Fire it up ! ''' self.calc() return (self._unlock_code, self._flash_code) if __name__ == '__main__': print "\nHuawei modem unlock code calculator v.%s by %s \n" % (__version__, __author__) inpimei = raw_input("Please input modem IMEI : ") cracker = huawei_modem_unlocker(inpimei) a, b = cracker.run() print "\n-> IMEI = %s" % (inpimei) print "-> UNLOCK CODE = %s" % (a) print "-> FLASH CODE = %s" % (b)
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This is python port scanner finished by me :This is python port scanner finished by me :
#!/usr/bin/python # -*- coding: utf-8 -*- # -*- port scanner by gunslinger_ feb 9 2010 # -*- usage : ./portscanner -t [targethost] -s [startport] -e [endport] import sys from socket import * asciitext = ''' _ | | _ __ ___ _ __| |_ ___ ___ __ _ _ __ _ __ ___ _ __ | '_ \ / _ \| '__| __| / __|/ __|/ _` | '_ \| '_ \ / _ \ '__| | |_) | (_) | | | |_ \__ \ (__| (_| | | | | | | | __/ | | .__/ \___/|_| \__| |___/\___|\__,_|_| |_|_| |_|\___|_| | | |_| by gunslinger_ ''' option = ''' Usage: ./portscanner.py [options] Options: -t, --target <hostname/ip> | Target to bruteforcing -s, --start <portstart> | Number start port scanning -e, --end <portend> | Number end port scanning -h, --help <help> | print this help Example: ./portscanner.py -t 192.168.1.1 -s 0 -e 8000 ''' for arg in sys.argv: if arg.lower() == '-t' or arg.lower() == '--target': hostname = sys.argv[int(sys.argv[1:].index(arg))+2] elif arg.lower() == '-s' or arg.lower() == '--start': startport = sys.argv[int(sys.argv[1:].index(arg))+2] elif arg.lower() == '-e' or arg.lower() == '--end': endport = sys.argv[int(sys.argv[1:].index(arg))+2] elif arg.lower() == '-h' or arg.lower() == '--help': print (asciitext) print (option) sys.exit elif len(sys.argv) <= 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 or 6: print (asciitext) print (option) sys.exit() for port in range(int(startport), int(endport)): try: socket(AF_INET, SOCK_STREAM).connect((hostname, port)); print "[+] port is open ::", port except: pass
_ | | _ __ ___ _ __| |_ ___ ___ __ _ _ __ _ __ ___ _ __ | '_ \ / _ \| '__| __| / __|/ __|/ _` | '_ \| '_ \ / _ \ '__| | |_) | (_) | | | |_ \__ \ (__| (_| | | | | | | | __/ | | .__/ \___/|_| \__| |___/\___|\__,_|_| |_|_| |_|\___|_| | | |_| by gunslinger_ Usage: ./portscanner.py [options] Options: -t, --target <hostname/ip> | Target to bruteforcing -s, --start <portstart> | Number start port scanning -e, --end <portend> | Number end port scanning -h, --help <help> | print this help Example: ./portscanner.py -t 192.168.1.1 -s 0 -e 8000 gunslinger@localhost:~/python/python_documenter$