How to run Splashtop for RMM on Linux

Splashtop for RMM on Linux

Splashtop is a remote support software that enables remote computer access for IT support included in several RMM (Remote monitoring and management) like NinjaOne.

Unlike “Splashtop for Business”, “Splashtop for RMM” is not available for Linux, but you can run it with Wine adding a “st-rmm://” protocol handler to your system.

Tested with NinjaOne, Splashtop for RMM v3.4.6.1, Ubuntu 22.04 LTS with wine-7.22 (Staging).

Check this repo for all the needed:

How to fix “CRL has expired” openvpn error on pfSense

In case of this error you need to apply a system patch called “Fix for CRL expiration lifetime default and maximum values” (a3c1589086ea67d25a28ec14ab95d7fd9ab25fa2).

Error example

VERIFY ERROR: depth=0, error=CRL has expired: C=XX, ST=XX, L=XX, O=XX, emailAddress=XX, CN=XX, serial=3
OpenSSL: error:1417C086:SSL routines:tls_process_client_certificate:certificate verify failed
TLS_ERROR: BIO read tls_read_plaintext error
TLS Error: TLS object -> incoming plaintext read error
TLS Error: TLS handshake failed


Patch example

If “System > Patches” is not available, you need to install a package called “System Patches” from “System > Package, Available package”.

How to unlock the bootloader on Huawei P20-PRO CLT-L09 without code

This is a note on how to unlock the bootloader on a Huawei P20-PRO, in my case CLT-L09, equipped with HiSilicon Kirin 970 CPU without having a valid unlock code and without disassembling it.

But before, this is the short and sad story

A long time ago, the unlock code, necessary to do whatever the fuck you want with your device, was official given by Huawei if you request it. As of 25th July 2018, Huawei has closed this official channel.

Since you paid for your device, you have every right to tell Huawei to fuck off.

Unofficial methods

For Kirin 620, 650, 655, 658, 659, 925, 935, 950 and 960 there is the Open Source tool PotatoNV, but for the Kirin 710, 710F, 970 and 980 it doesn’t work.

Currently, the only working solution is to use DC Phoenix & HCU Client which costs 19$ for 3 days access.

If in doubt, see this app.

  1. DC Phoenix sets the phone in software “testpoint” mode.
  2. With device in “software testpoint” HCU Client can read and toggle the state of “Bootloader lock” and “FRP lock”.
  3. After unlock, DC Phoenix can remove the “testpoint” mode.
DC Phoenix
HCU Client

How to unpack UnityWebData1.0 in Unity WebGL games

UnityWebData1.0 is a standard of data file used by WebGL games.

It is loaded along with the game binary and contains some resources like shapes, 3D objects, sounds, and so on.

Besides these resources, it may contains the Il2Cpp metadata that is useful to simplify the reverse engineer of the WebAsm code.

The IL2CPP (Intermediate Language To C++) is an alternative to the Mono backend. The IL2CPP backend converts MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language) code (for example, C# code in scripts) into C++ code, then uses the C++ code to create a native binary file.

This type of compilation, in which Unity compiles code specifically for a target platform when it builds the native binary, is called ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation. The Mono backend compiles code at runtime, with a technique called just-in-time compilation (JIT).

Popular disunity tool doesn’t handle this type of file, and binwalk or file(1) aren’t helpful this time, so we need another way to realize it.

To see if we are looking at a UnityWebData1.0 data file, simply check the header, which contains the string “UnityWebData1.0.”

UnityWebData1.0 file header
As you can see “file” is not very useful this time

We can use a UnityPack python library via this small wrapper. It will create a folder with some files, named “extracted”. This is the usage:

Usage: ./ <UnityWebData1.0 file>
Unpack UnityWebData1.0 file with “”
Content of “extracted” directory

That’s all, happy reversing!