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Re: home router flaws

 On Jan 14, 2008 8:21 AM, Tom Metro <[hidden email]> wrote: 
> OK, but that seems pretty easy to guard against. Turn off UPnP. 
> Similarly, you'd think there would be a ton of exploits using XSS that 
> hit the admin web interface on consumer routers. To thwart that change 
> the default password and/or IP address of the router's admin page. 

Haha, yep, Mr. pdp does it again.  GNU Citizen are insane.  It is 
always a good idea to disable UPnP and change default passwords.  You 
can still stop nearly all of these fly-by-attacks if you utilize 
NoScript + FlashBlock... 
Kristian Erik Hermansen 
"Know something about everything and everything about something." 

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