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    So when will the Tomtom Go1000/1050 Via 180/160 will be access by end user?

    When we be able to access the content of Tomtom Go 1000/1050 Via 180/160? Or we're doom?

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    Re: So when will the Tomtom Go1000/1050 Via 180/160 will be access by end user?

    Quote Originally Posted by aurion45 View Post
    When we be able to access the content of Tomtom Go 1000/1050 Via 180/160? Or we're doom?
    All new TomToms from around September 2010 onwards, such as GO 1000, GO 1005 and all VIA models use a different file system. They use native Linux filesystems such as ext2 rather than the older FAT32. Linux file systems generally work better than FAT or FAT32, but of course can't be read in Windows.

    To read Linux partitions using Windows, you'll need a program such as FS-driver or DiskInternals Linux Reader or any other Freeware Linux Reader for Windows. I personally haven't tried them yet, but will do so when I come across one of the latest TomToms.
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    Re: So when will the Tomtom Go1000/1050 Via 180/160 will be access by end user?

    Thanks for the info.
    I download "DiskInternals Linux Reader" and it cannot see VIA 160 tomtom.
    I download " F-S Driver" and it doesn't work on Windows 7 only up to Windows Vista.

    But did found this from Tomtom web site: http://www.tomtom.com/page/GPL10x
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    Re: So when will the Tomtom Go1000/1050 Via 180/160 will be access by end user?

    Hopefully some brainiac will come up with something with all that compiling code for him/her to play with!!

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    Re: So when will the Tomtom Go1000/1050 Via 180/160 will be access by end user?

    Does anyone know if people have had success using Linux?

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    Re: So when will the Tomtom Go1000/1050 Via 180/160 will be access by end user?

    Quote Originally Posted by yuriyggg View Post
    2-If you are into computer security best Bill Geytts, then read the internet ... More than a year most experts TomTom and the PC working on this issue (unsuccessfully so far)
    It's not over a year, just 4 months since the new models are out.
    I'm an IT expert with +20 years experience (but this is not my domain)) and I can assure you that within months someone more clever than I in this domain will come up with an app to connect to the VIA and go1000.

    If I misunderstood your cryptic English, I apologize

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    Re: So when will the Tomtom Go1000/1050 Via 180/160 will be access by end user?

    Quote Originally Posted by willy647 View Post
    It's not over a year, just 4 months since the new models are out.
    That's not correct. As I mentioned earlier in this thread, the GO 1000 LIVE was released in September 2010.

    The GO 1000 LIVE was announced back in April 2010.
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    Re: So when will the Tomtom Go1000/1050 Via 180/160 will be access by end user?

    Unfortunately it is not that simple as connecting ext2 volume on windows. All the new models operate in different mode when connected through USB. It works as network device instead of mass storage mode. (on all operating systems including linux)
    You can access your device using web browser. TomTom implemented user uploading of custom pois, voices etc. , lately ( http://169.254.255.1/pcmi/ )

    someone has to investigate the way MyTomtom updates maps. It can be some ftp, http data transfer, complicated by ssh encryption.
    I suspect some custom way of mounting the volume over network. You can find some ext2 utilities in windows MyTomtom installation folder for checking ext2 file system integrity.

    there are also some libraries in plugin folder which could do the trick.

    But we still have to wait for someone more knowledgeable to have a look what is behind the curtain.

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    Re: So when will the Tomtom Go1000/1050 Via 180/160 will be access by end user?

    Port scan on my Via 180 app version 12.045.1067676.74 (using same subnet, eg 169.254.255.2) shows:

    169.254.255.1
    Hostname: [Unknown]
    TCP ports (2) 22,80
    UDP ports (83) 7,9,11,53,67,68,69,111,123,135,137,138,161,191,256 ,260,500,514,520,1009,1024,1025,1027,1028,1030,103 3,1034,1035,1037,1041,1058,1060,1091,1352,1434,164 5,1646,1812,1813,1900,1978,2002,2049,2161,2301,236 5,2493,2631,2967,3179,3327,3456,4045,4156,4296,446 9,4802,5631,5632,11487,31337,32768,32769,32770,327 71,32772,32773,32774,32776,32777,32778,32779,32780 ,32781,32782,32783,32784,32785,32786,32787,32788,3 2789,43981

    Anyone know the ssh account details? It seems to be configured to only accept pre shared ssh keys for auth... No banner from the httpd its running & no file browsing via port 80 either...

    I would really like to poke around its fs...

    edit: Looks like the utils mentioned in above post have been trimmed from the version of MyTT which i installed only today. With all the gnu licences listed on the device, its hard to see it being anything other than an embeded linux device.

    I wonder if it would be possible to load a custom driver that would allow loopback mounting, or some kind of httpd injection exploit to peek at its files/os config to find a way to overwrite its sshd.conf to allow access, then scp could be used.
    Last edited by Blurry; 16th October 2012 at 16:03.

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    Re: So when will the Tomtom Go1000/1050 Via 180/160 will be access by end user?

    Hi

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    I could read memory from TomTom Via 125.

    In the attachmend i give You all files.

    Maby they help You in Hack new tomtom .

    In the mamory are 3 partitions

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