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I was planning to root my galaxy pop for a quite long time. But it was delayed as I found all tutorials applicable for Windows. That means, I need a windows machine to root my device but I don’t have any working windows machine.
Yesterday, I planned to upgrade to Gingerbread from Froyo as some of the friends suggested claiming it improves the battery performance (honestly, so far after upgrade, I believe it really does). I read some tutorials and this also requires windows machine. So, I borrowed my brother’s laptop. After about 10 hours of efforts, I could successfully upgrade the ROM.
So, this morning, I planned to root the device and in office I tried SuperOneClick.exe with colleague’s windows machine but failed. Then I was searching Google to do so on my Mac OSx. After several tries, I could do it. Continue reading →
I don’t know whether it is a bug or a feature. However, as this is unexpected, undoubtedly it is bug.
The problem is that, when you try to login to cpanel’s domain owner interface (2082, 2083), if you provide a password that matches root password, it will give you root access even though you did not used root as username.
For example, you have a domain mydomain.com hosted using cpanel, also suppose the username and password is mydomain and xXx123XX respectively. If for some, the root password of this server is same as your password, you will get the root access unwillingly though you were trying to simply login to your control panel.
Yes, anyone can get root access using the combination of root and xXx123XX when desires so. But won’t you surprise when you get such privileges even without knowing? You don’t know that server’s root password and but mere matching of password will give you unlimited access to server.
I hope they will fix it soon.