22 responses

  1. ross canpolat
    April 15, 2008

    my god…how thick can eircom get!

  2. Trevor
    July 11, 2008

    this is crazy i have eircom broadband at home…..wot is that website ur on about ill have to investigate this

  3. Jew
    November 14, 2008

    dude, you’re using WEP…… OF COURSE ITS NOT SECURE!!!!
    it can be broken in minutes, like 5 minutes, and from far away, not sitting right next to your router!

  4. ronan
    January 26, 2009

    Hi,
    I have a mac and am having trouble getting it on my eircom wireless with a netopia router
    i have entered my network key but it is not connecting
    i have connected useing a belkin router no problem
    the mac is asking for a wep password,
    am i doing somthing wrong,
    any suggestions?
    thanks
    Ronan

    • Tom Doyle
      January 27, 2009

      Sounds like you have the wrong key to be honest.

  5. Jeff
    November 14, 2009

    The problem with wireless these days is that people are constantly using some form of encryption and to be honest, Eircom’s setup on the Netopia boxes are not the most secure. Basically one of the best things to do is only allow internet access via the MAC Address on your wireless network card, any other device that is not on the list does not get internet access. Also, that configure the router can only be done via a network cable connection, with a changed user name and password. The flaw with the Eircom Netopia boxes is that the page that the page Tom Doyle was referring to (http://s4dd.yore.ma/eircom/) also can give you the manufacturer’s user name and password to the box…not the Administrator’s account. This is also know as the backdoor account. Until Eircom changes their standard Netopia switches, Customer’s will suffer from people doing what’s known as “War Driving” where sad individuals can scann whilst driving and see ssids setup kindly by Eircom.

    If you’re really smart with your router and understand how it works. You can changes the OS on it or download it from a 3rd party specialist. But I can’t stress enough, if you make a mess of it, it can permanently damage the Netopia box. This cannot be fixed by Eircom for free either when they inspect it.

    Enjoy!!!

  6. ft
    November 15, 2009

    Always use WPA and change the SSID. :)
    Not hack proof but It’s at least more secure then WEP & a default SSID.

    I can’t believe the amount of people in my neighborhood who have unsecured open wifi … lol

  7. silver
    March 12, 2010

    it goddanm works. i kave hacked the school 25mb/s internet with this. and the school admin told me that students can not get the password. i love eircom and their crappy security

  8. jeff
    March 12, 2010

    Hey silver, not really a hack as it’s all done for ya buddy, it would be if it had decent security and you accomplished this on your own merit. It’s down to the guys that wrote the program…..not the user. Enjoy though

  9. jeff
    March 12, 2010

    Ronan, have you tried connecting to the Eircom box with the wireless security turned off? If you connect via a network cable and turn off the security and see if you can connect wirelessly then. Shows if the wireless is working properly and then. From what you wrote, I would agree with Tom Doyle.

  10. Tom Doyle
    March 12, 2010

    :rolleyes: @ Jeff…..

    Of course it’s a “hack”! That’s like saying using a brute force hacking tool isn’t “hacking” because it’s doing all the work….

    The fact he got in has nothing to do with the tool, the tool just made his life easier. The reason he was able to hack in was because the gobshites left a gapping hole in how they generated the WEP keys.

    You could work out the key with a piece of paper….

  11. jeff
    March 12, 2010

    :sigh: @ Tom….. LMAO You and I know that bud, as I said if it had been decent security. We chatted about this ages ago bud lol. Hope all is well?

  12. Tom Doyle
    March 12, 2010

    It’s all good! :)

  13. Anto
    March 24, 2010

    Works, class.

  14. aoy
    June 6, 2010

    I have a netopia 2247NWG wireless router.i get it from eircom phone line.now i have smart telecom broadband line.but now when i connect it to the smart telecom line, i found wireless connection in my computer that eircom-234543954 something like that.but i cann’t access to the internet. i think its lock to the eircom.can you give a right solution how can i unlock this router.because i have the smart telecom router but its not wireless. so i want to make my house wireless by using the netopia 2247NWG which i get it from eircom.

  15. sarah
    August 29, 2010

    sorry but it not working out for me. still not connecting

  16. uno
    February 12, 2011

    u can hack into it in 1min its so handy i can get in to the ppl i live beside

  17. RC Neruh
    May 3, 2011

    I always use WPA instead of WEP and I also make sure that the SSID is being changed. That way I feel much secure. :)

  18. Stx
    May 16, 2011

    Yes I fully agree with changing SSID. But if there is a will there is a way. Its really hard to brake software securities but few wrong clicks and you can let someone get in. Always use firewall , anti-virus , and always use own unique passwords.

  19. John
    July 22, 2011

    Glad we don’t use Eircom.

  20. shane
    April 12, 2012

    my eircom routerhas been hacked about 5 times now all they type in it (bastered) and it will connect
    the they go in to properties and they can see ur password and then they forget the network off there computer and then connect again with d write password ive tried it with my router and it work im thinking of changing networks so all this shit will stopwith my router

  21. richard
    June 21, 2012

    does anybody no ny good hacks for hacking eircom broadband ?

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