Comment 1 by Grégory Soutadé, Nov 16, 2021
Hello, Could you try to provide password using -p switch ?
Comment 2 by Pierre Raoul, Feb 21, 2022
The issue is the same when providing the password with option '-p'. It seems that some one has tracked down the cause of the issue: https://github.com/BentonEdmondson/knock/issues/45#issuecomment-10428 34396
Comment 3 by Pierre Raoul, Feb 21, 2022
Mmm, the comment from #Leo1003 doesn't seem relevant as it'd concern only the case where option -p is not provided...
Comment 4 by Pierre Raoul, Feb 21, 2022
After reading some tickets on https://github.com/BentonEdmondson/knock, I tried: - to cut down Adobe ID password to 10 characters : KO - to remove (not so) special character, ie "$", from Adobe ID password: OK!
Comment 5 by Grégory Soutadé, Feb 22, 2022
Fixed in v0.5.2 ! There was actually a stupid use after free... For '$' in password, it's not a bug. When you enter "my$pass" as a shell string, it'll replace $pass by its value. So you should enter 'my$pass' with a single quote or use -p switch (or type "my\$pass")
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Reported by Alex Hayes, Nov 16, 2021