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arcor/vodafone won't give you your sip password for free, but i will: capture an incoming call (WAN VC2) with the diagnostic tool in your easybox, load the .cap file in wireshark and search for SIP/SDP Request:INVITE, Message Header -> Proxy-Authorization
#!/usr/bin/env perl
use strict;
use warnings;
use Digest::MD5 'md5_hex';
print_usage() unless($#ARGV==5);
my ($method, $uri, $user, $realm, $nonce, $response) = @ARGV;
my $hash_method_uri = md5_hex(join(':', $method, $uri));
my $passwd = 0;
while($passwd < 100000000) { # arcor/vodafone sip passwords consists of 8 digets
my $calc_response = md5_hex(join(':',
if($calc_response eq $response) {
print "password found: $passwd\n";
print "password not found :-(\n";
sub print_usage {
print <<"USAGE";
./$0 <method> <uri> <user> <realm> <nonce> <response>
./$0 INVITE sip:12345\@bar.baz 0123456789 bar.baz 1234567890abcdef1234567890abcdef12345678 1234567890abcdef1234567890abcdef
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pyy commented Dec 2, 2014

Hello, Sir, I got the .cap file now. And open the wireshark import this cap file, find SIP/SDP Request:INVITE this line. And may I ask what to do next? How to use your I really need your help. Thank you so much!

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