peppe.cavallaro at gmail.com
Wed Aug 8 15:53:12 WST 2007
On 08/08/2007, Matt Johnston <matt at ucc.asn.au> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 08, 2007 at 08:25:00AM +0200, Giuseppe Cavallaro wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > ho can I login as root user with an empty password?
> > Do I need to hack the code or I have to configure dropbear in "special"
> It already should work.
> As a test, I set up the root user on an Ubuntu 7.04 system
> to have an entry in /etc/shadow of
> and it worked fine. "R7gIX4dJJcCFw" is just the crypt of an
> empty password - the Linux password utility wouldn't let me
> set it manually.
Thanks, it works like a charm!
You still have to press enter in your client to log in -
> Dropbear 0.50's dbclient will provide the ability to set
> DROPBEAR_PASSWORD="" and avoid that.
I assume you're running this on a closed network or
> something -- otherwise it'd be a tad insecure.
I'm using dropbear 0.49 on an embedded system based on uClibc with a private
Just another question:
Is it possible to totally skip authentication phase with dropbear?
I mean, using telnet or ssh (but configuring the latter) I'm able to login
without entering password and login.
In this case my root entry in passwd is root::0:0 ...
Thanks a lot
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