jbobReach Out and Touch SomeonePremium
Little Rock, AR
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Re: Dangerous remote Linksys 0-day root exploit discovered!
said by planet:To be clear my comment about not using the Linksys firmware was for the router in question. The 54GL. said by antdude: said by jbob:
Does anyone actually run the Linksys firmware on these routers? I think many hear, at least they should, are running a third party firmware.
I do. The problem is its complex instructions and easy to brick. I don't want to try it until I have a spare wireless router to use in case something goes wrong.
What antdude said:
»Linksys E1000: Is it bricked?
My E1000 is now a paperweight.
I'm not sure what is so hard about flashing the GL series router. It is so user friendly. Flashing this thing couldn't get any easier. Just pick DD-WRT or Tomato and flash away. There are so many more options available via these two third party firmwares that it makes not using them foolish. lol But I also understand if one doesn't really want to. If the stock firmware works what more can you ask for! Oh another exploit!
Bill_MIBill In MichiganPremium,MVMReviews:
Royal Oak, MI
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DefenseCode finally released their findings. It's related to the uPnP abomination (see »Security Flaws in Universal Plug-n-Play: Unplug, Don't Play) but specific to Broadcom devices.