Here's a utility that takes in obfuscated MFS values (e.g., wifi keys) and outputs the corresponding plaintext ASCII hex. Given an input plaintext ASCII hex string, it produces the corresponding obfuscated MFS values.
This provides an update to the tools in this thread (link), but in a more generalized form to support additional uses.
The zip file contains source, an x86 Linux executable, and a mips (s2+) executable.
Last edited by tivo4mevo; 10-19-2011 at 11:57 PM.
Reason: fixed endian bug