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Mc Jayce posted a topic in Free DiscussionThese days most people have jailbroken their ithing; most of which installed ssh to transfer files... I made a shocking discovery that most of these people never change the default ssh psswd (alpine). So why not turn them off? *yes this is just for fun and should only be done with permission (blaa blaa) , and is geared towards those who don't know much about unix/linux First off get ya some *free* apps I like iNET(pro) and iSSH To quickly find idevices on a public network open iNET and choose NetworkScanner. The key part here is to look for "Apple Inc." and remember the ip address. (you can also check to see if port 22 is open) (Optional) you could setup a connection to them but thats only temporary... Now open iSSH and configure your own loopback console. Now to turn their ass off! Type "ssh [email protected] accept the connection "yes" and issue the shutdown "halt" Or be less harsh and respring it "launchctl stop com.apple.SpringBoard" You will be surprised how many people you can shut off, unless the public network your connected to blocks port 22 (some schools do this) You could even replace .caf files (audio) within games, with clips from the Boon Docks for fun, but thats another story.....