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    Now, I've done plenty of monkeying around with my Pre. At some point, I've done something that not only enables SSH, but it's also unfirewalled on all 3 interfaces (Ev, Wifi, USB). It's also totally awesome that the root user has no password. So, for an indeterminate amount of time, I've been walking around with a completely wide-open-passwordless-root ssh daemon on my phone.

    I'm interested in figuring out where iptables stores it's persistent rules so I can modify it to always block on the internet-facing interface.

    But if I need to Doctor my phone, I can do that too. Suggestions? (No, I'm not posting from my phone, and no, I won't be posting my IP for you to "test" this out ).
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    Sounds like you've left developer mode on. I'd check that first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaihmeyer View Post
    It's also totally awesome that the root user has no password.
    If you have used the recommended procedure webOSInternals is giving then ssh is secured by a ssh-key only you have.
    Last edited by somline; 11/30/2010 at 12:36 PM.
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    What you need is located at the bottom of this site:
    Application:OpenSSH - WebOS Internals

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