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    Default NO-Click Protection for your BM622 - Enhanced & Firewalled!!!

    Credits to:

    jefbuan - for the original telnet scripts
    caunceran - for the VBS automation idea
    johnharold86 - for the ssfree link:
    ([Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]



    pinagcombine ko lang po 3 ideas and used a tool for automation...

    RATIONALE:
    caunceran's automated script (by jefbuan) combined with JohnHarold86's idea of running a system scheduler to automate execution and schedule repeated attempts, just in case the modem is not yet ready or set, will ensure that the protection is ON before any attack.

    However, the vbs sometimes fail because of keyboard interruption by the user or another program.

    ADVANTAGES OF THIS ENHANCEMENT:
    1. unlike a vbs, no sendkeys (keyboard emulation) will interfere with whatever you are doing (e.g. typing, editing, keyboard-commands) when the script runs on schedule.
    2. split-second execution and completion. Di nyo mapapansin, ok na ok sa mga clients di ba?


    POST-REQUISITES:
    1. make sure you turn on your PC first before the modem (baka kasi madale modem nyo pag nka-on agad at di pa nagrurun ang script).
    2. make sure all users in your LAN (if any) implements the same procedure.



    IMPORTANT!!!:

    make sure LAN telnet is enabled! so kung may prior protection kayo like disabled LAN telnet in ACL of GUI, or inedit nyo yung config file ng modem particularly sa telnet, please re-enable it.... hindi po makakapasok ang script sa telnet pag naka-off po sa setting ng modem..

    and also make sure your modems telnet username is "wimax" and the password is "wimax820"...otherwise, change some lines in the bm622.txt in the created folder to reflect the correct un and pw...

    (Please set a static IP for your PC para mabilis ang set-up ng LAN...siguro naman kaya nyo na yan, kung hindi, search-search na lang sa google.) or this:
    [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]

    .


    PROCEDURE: (For the simplest implementation just go directly to the latest post in the Updates Section ...ignore version 1 below)



    version 1:

    1. i-extract nyo yung bm622_protection.rar to any folder (which contains TST10.exe).
    2. i-install nyo ang ssfree.
    3. i-run nyo ang ssfree.
    4. Sa ssfree (system scheduler), add kayo ng "Run Application" event sa EVENT tab pointing to the app: TST10.exe
    5. ilagay nyo as additional parameters: /r:bm622.txt /m
    6. state:hidden
    7. sa SCHEDULE tab, choose nyo every hour/selected minutes
    make sure every hour is listed, sa minutes naman pwede every 3,5 or 10 mins....bahala na kayo tumantya


    Hit Thanks na lang po kung nakatulong.

    I shared this so we can test thoroughly if there's really a hole in jefbuan's script or human error lang ang mga nakatay using his solution.

    ADDITIONAL TIP:
    If you just turned on the modem, immediately run the script manually for about 5 times as the modem is booting...then check your ping. You should not be able to ping 192.168.1.1.

    For those who doesn't know how to run the script manually: open system scheduler (on the task bar or start menu or desktop shortcut, etc.); right-click on the event; click "Run Now".

    ^ see update below instead of this!


    UPDATES!!!:

    [9-8-2011] ?

    BM622.TXT in the rar file now includes jefuan's firewall script

    (Please set a static IP for your PC...siguro naman kaya nyo na yan, kung hindi, search-search na lang sa google.)


    [9-13-2011 2:AM]

    For immediate protection, make a batch file (ex. bm622_startup.bat) and put it in the startup folder:
    ---------------------------------------------------------------

    @echo off
    :start
    ping 192.168.1.1 -n 1
    if %errorlevel% == 1 (
    goto fail
    ) else (

    d:\bm622_protect\TST10.exe /r:d:\bm622_protect\bm622.txt /m
    exit

    )

    :fail
    echo Not connected to network, retrying...
    goto start


    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    where d:\bm622_protect is the name where telnet scripting tool and bm622.txt file is located

    and whenever you have to restart your modem, you have to re-run this batch file from the startup folder...


    [9-13-2011 11:45AM]

    this is for faster execution of the script in the scheduler only (not that critical...)
    make another batch file and name it "protect_me.bat" na ito ang laman naman:
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    @echo off
    :start
    ping 192.168.1.1 -n 1
    if %errorlevel% == 1 (
    goto labas
    ) else (
    d:\bm622_protect\TST10.exe /r:d:\bm622_protect\bm622.txt /m
    )
    :labas
    exit

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    for simplicity's sake, save it in the same folder as TST10.exe.

    now instead of the original line in "Application" text box as shown in SS, put this instead:

    D:\BM622_protect\protect_me.bat

    remove the entry in the "Parameters" text box also


    Lightning speed na ngayon ang scheduled script nyo.



    [9-15-2011 9:20 PM]
    SIMPLIFIED VERSION BUT EVEN MORE EFFECTIVE (Para po dun sa nahihirapan mag-follow dun sa taas):

    Forget about SSFree and the screenshots below. just follow these new steps and disregard everything above:

    1. extract the contents of attached file BM622_protect.rar (not BM622_protection.rar!) into C:\BM622_protect folder

    2. create a a shortcut of BM622_startup.bat (which is inside the C:\BM622_protect folder) and either:

    a. put it in windows startup folder (so it will run everytime you log-on before turning on modem) or

    b. put it on desktop (but you have to run it manually after logon before turning on modem)

    That's it. you're done!

    Now! this is very important. The script will keep on running UNTIL YOU CLOSE THE COMMAND PROMPT WINDOW.

    I suggest you DON'T, just minimize it and let it stay at the taskbar so you can check from time to time by restoring the window size to normal.

    It will keep on pinging the modem trying to establish communication. If it is successful, then that means you're modem is unprotected (ping-able) and will run the embedded protection script which in turn makes your modem "un-ping-able" again. This will run in an infinite loop.

    if you close this window and the modem reboots unexpectedly, you will be left with no protection! if that happens then you have to manually run the batch file (BM622_startup.bat) again.


    [10-2-2011 3:10 PM]
    NEATER...WITH FEEDBACK TO USER...MORE ACCURATE (modem is confirmed connected before applying protection...solusyon to dun sa mga di makanet minsan)

    STEPS:
    1. extract the contents of attached file BM622_protect_V2.rar into C:\BM622_protect folder

    2. create a a shortcut of BM622_startup.bat (which is inside the C:\BM622_protect folder) and put it in windows startup folder (so it will run everytime you log-on before turning on modem)

    That's it. you're done!

    The script will keep running "INVISIBLY" at the background guarding your modem even if it accidentally resets! protection will run IMMEDIATELY if modem is pingable (not during scheduled times only as with SSFREE)...and user can't accidentally turn it off

    A command prompt window will pop-up indicating that protection has been applied to your modem...just press any key and the window will close.

    NOTE: if you want to change MAC, press CTRL-ALT-DEL and end the process "cmd.exe" before you turn on the modem...after changing mac, manually run bm622_startup.bat.



    [11-3-2011 3:10 PM]

    auto installer version:

    [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]


    kung ayaw nyo ng auto run sa windows startup follow the steps in this link, later ko na lang igawa ng installer to, bz eh:
    [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]

    to disable the script (if you want to change mac, for example), follow these steps:

    press ctl-alt-del
    if windows 7, choose task manager
    hanapin nyo yung process na "cmd.exe" aroung 1.3+mb
    end process
    reboot the modem (but not the pc)




    email me: [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]




    For other services, please refer to this thread:

    [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
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    Last edited by lavaboy; 5th Apr 2012 at 14:28. Reason: updates...

  2. #2

    Default Re: 1 Click Protection for your BM622 - Enhanced!!!

    pre tested mo na ba yan?!?

  3. #3

    Default Re: 1 Click Protection for your BM622 - Enhanced!!!

    eh saan ko makikita ung ssfree na cnasabi mo na pinost ni JohnHarold86 di ko nman mahanap dapat cnama mo na sa link na bingay mo

  4. #4

    Default Re: 1 Click Protection for your BM622 - Enhanced!!!

    @jaerose03: oo, pre. tested ko na mabuti...

    @zhalvahea: you can use the search button...advanced...keyword:ssfree...filter by poster name...i'll try to find it again (spoonfeed)..just to make this spread...wait for my next post

    To all those with doubts:
    here is the direct link to Telnet Scripting Tool V. 1 (credits to moonpoint.com):

    [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]

    try running the app without parameters first so you can read the help file

    after that, read my bm622.txt file within the attachment and get the idea...
    Last edited by lavaboy; 4th Sep 2011 at 03:37. Reason: add credits to moonpoint.com

  5. #5

    Default Re: 1 Click Protection for your BM622 - Enhanced!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by zhalvahea [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    eh saan ko makikita ung ssfree na cnasabi mo na pinost ni JohnHarold86 di ko nman mahanap dapat cnama mo na sa link na bingay mo
    ayan po ang exact page... just to satisfy you:

    [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]

    thanks to johnharold86 for that post... I also added the post link in the 1st post.
    Last edited by lavaboy; 4th Sep 2011 at 03:54.

  6. #6

    Default Re: 1 Click Protection for your BM622 - Enhanced!!!

    up natin toh sa mga wala pang proteksyon,,

  7. #7

    Default Re: 1 Click Protection for your BM622 - Enhanced!!!

    pasok pa din yan

  8. #8

    Default Re: 1 Click Protection for your BM622 - Enhanced!!!

    Medyo nakakalito pa po ah

  9. #9

    Default Re: 1 Click Protection for your BM622 - Enhanced!!!

    Gets ko na hehe... yun pala yung scheduler pero di ko na ginamitan nung TST10.exe... ssfree na lang... sinunod ko na lang yung setup mo pero thru original vbs script ni Sir'Jeff B. na lang yung naka path.

    Thanks for the new info...
    Last edited by Aynkewl; 5th Sep 2011 at 22:48.

  10. #10

    Default Re: 1 Click Protection for your BM622 - Enhanced!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Aynkewl [Link available to registered users only. Click here to register.]
    Gets ko na hehe... yun pala yung scheduler pero di ko na ginamitan nung TST10.exe... ssfree na lang... sinunod ko na lang yung setup mo pero thru original vbs script ni Sir'Jeff B. na lang yung naka path.

    Thanks for the new info...

    OK. ayos din. pero di mo ba napansin pag may ginagawa ka like typing at nag-run yung vbscript pupunta sya sa document mo?

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