Re: Not shocking at all
said by 88615298:I would think almost all programmers everywhere code in back doors to their systems just so that when level3 support has to get in to a screwed up system they have a way in.
Not shocking at all. It's D-Link
Which movie :) ? Mr. Potatohead!... Mr Potatohead!! Backdoors are not secrets !!!
| |CXM_SplicerLooking at the bigger picturePremium
Re: Which movie :) ? But your giving away our best tricks!!
| |Simba7I Void Warranties
dd-wrt or OpenWrt One reason I utilize dd-wrt/OpenWrt-compatible routers.
| |NetFixerFrom my cold dead handsPremiumReviews:
What is a "later-model" D-Link router I don't know what either Karl or Justin consider a "later-model" D-Link router, but I just tested the three active D-Link routers on my network (DIR-601-A1, DIR-655-B1, and EBR-2310-C1) for both LAN and WAN access, and none of them paid any attention to the backdoor user-agent.
If you have a D-Link router, and you are concerned about this backdoor revelation, just use a Mozilla based router with a user-agent changer add-on and test it. And if you want to test and make sure that your user-agent is correctly setup, feel free to use my »portscan.dcsenterprises.net/env.···nection! on-line html environment test.
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Re: Backdoor D-Link Routers
said by BimmerE38FN:Thanks but not interested. The ONLY way Id ever go back to a D-Link router is if my router failed and I received a great deal on a DLink router that was compatible with dd-wrt or tomato. D-Link firmware was an epic failure here TWICE so no reason to go back, plus I like and some of the advanced features not found in retail routers
I've never had any problems with my DIR-655. Maybe you should try this and see if it helps any: »forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=54498.0 Post if you want more help. D-Link FW works very well for others. Other variables can cause router problems, not just FW.