Hacking the Cable Modem: What Cable Companies Don't Want You to Know
No Starch Press, 2006 - 320 páginas
In the beginning there was dial-up, and it was slow; then came broadband in the form of cable, which redefined how we access the internet, share information, and communicate with each other online. Hacking the Cable Modem goes inside the device that makes Internet via cable possible and, along the way, reveals secrets of many popular cable modems, including products from Motorola, RCA, WebSTAR, D-Link and more.
Inside Hacking The Cable Modem, you'll learn:
* the history of cable modem hacking
Written for people at all skill levels, the book features step-by-step tutorials with easy to follow diagrams, source code examples, hardware schematics, links to software (exclusive to this book!), and previously unreleased cable modem hacks.WARNING: The practice of modifying a cable modem violates service agreements, and hackers risk being banned by service providers for life. This book is not intended to be used for stealing Internet service or any other illegal activity.
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1 A History of Cable Modem Hacking
2 The Cable Modem Showcase
3 A Faster Internet
4 The DOCSIS Standard
5 Whats Inside?
7 Our Limitations
8 Reverse Engineering
16 Traditional Uncapping
17 Building a Console Cable
18 Changing Firmware
19 Hacking the RCA
20 Hacking the WebSTAR
21 The SURFboard Factory Mode
22 Hacking the DLink Modem
23 Securing the Future