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Another breakthru...

Thanks to the mighty Huawei E5830
(a portable 528mhz linux wifi/3g router)
I can finally do some creative and transparent hacking.
In the image above you see a simple
javascript application that displays
a realtime quote.
This should not suprise you but there's a catch:
my iPod is connected via wifi to the e5830,
inside the e5830 there is a british simcard with

And if you are wondering: NO, I did not do anything illegal
and I didn't hack their networks.

More to come!
Stay tuned!


With a different method I can do the same on any italian provider too.
No credit required :)


  1. How did you unlock it? I know DC-unlocker will do it for 15 Euros. Do you have an app that will unlock it for free?

    I'm also very curious as to what you've done here! :)


  2. Unlocking the E5830 is a different story.
    I am getting a locked one this week to investigate but it should be easy enough.

    And no, I don't have any app.

  3. Interesting. This IP address is related to their transparent proxy?

    Anyway, I'm more interested to open up the telnet port of the E5830 - any news on this? ;-)

  4. @Mario:

    There is no problem to open the telnet port :)
    Very easy indeed :)

  5. Harharhar, you're not going to tell us, are you? :P

  6. Interesting, I've done the same by modifying proxy settings on the iPhone and using a '3' (Three) sim card with no credit on the device i can still surf any pages,, also using the Huawei mobile broadband dongles for 1 year with a UK 3 sim card, no credit (usually it costs £10 for 1gb usage. initially all you had to do was change proxy settings to three homepage in browser DNS stays same, and APN changes- it was that simple.... but now this is not working after someone published this method on the internet.., after a bit more experimentation found another way

    Also the open wifi Networks, BT Openzone + BT FON that charge £3 for 30 minutes usage can easily be accessed any page without paying- would be interesting to find out a bit more info on what your doing here

  7. I'm very intrested on this... Could someone please give me some tip? I'll try to surf free from a smartphone...
    Thank you


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