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Server hacked, Desperate for help with FC6

On Sat, Nov 25, 2006 at 06:18:10PM -0500, Ron Senykoff wrote:
> >I do have a WRT54G which I use for wireless, and toyed with the idea of
> >putting that in front of my server as a first line of defense, but I
> >don't know that I trust the Linksys more than I trust iptables.
> The WRT54G runs linux and thus uses iptables (well, except for the
> newest ones which run VXWorks... this page will show you which one you
> have:
> ). You can put after market versions of linux on it. I currently have
> 2 at home running the sveasoft firmware, which I paid for membership
> to help support the project.

I should mention that the OpenWRT ( and dd-wrt (
projects are *way* better than Sveasoft. Both technically and from an ethical
perspective - basically Sveasoft have been violating the GPL:


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