Yes the certificate has expired again, I have already sent an email.
In the meantime just accept risk and continue or set permanent server exception in browser's certificate manager.
For wget you need to use http anyway not https, and for curl if https is a requirement use -k or --insecure for now.
Joined: 08 May 2018 Posts: 13463 Location: Texas, USA
Posted: Mon May 22, 2023 16:06 Post subject:
Here we go again. Alert the media! Pretty easy to just email someone instead of making a public spectacle about it... or, just tag onto one of the old threads, if they're not locked. Holy cow. It's like FUD city in this forum some days.
This "the sky is falling" mentality when the certs expire for all DD-WRT sites is a waste of energy. Just let the people who notice it contact the admins and be patient and don't make such a big deal about it unless you're willing to pay for a better solution out of your own pocket. _________________ "The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep." - Robert Frost
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Joined: 26 Mar 2013 Posts: 1462 Location: Hung Hom, Hong Kong
Posted: Fri May 26, 2023 10:59 Post subject:
This "the sky is falling" mentality when the certs expire for all DD-WRT sites is a waste of energy. Just let the people who notice it contact the admins and be patient and don't make such a big deal about it unless you're willing to pay for a better solution out of your own pocket.
That's why this thread was created. Nobody was making a big deal, but just to report a problem.
But if you wanted private, under-the-table tickets, well... _________________ Router: Asus RT-N18U (rev. A1)
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I also don't see the problem of a forum post to report an issue. The only important factor is 'which location is the admin likely to see first?' If finding an email address takes longer than writing a post then it makes sense to report it in the easiest location that is likely to work.
oh man that was a close one. I thought dd-wrt was suddenly coming to a close and I was not sure what the future was gonna be looking like since I would forced to use stock firmware. I know theres openWRT but I dont think they know how to make a functional web gui.
I was about to sell all my routers, buy a windows server 2019 license, install it on my Poweredge R710, and use that as my home router. I am not sure if it would have been as secure as dd-wrt, but still way better than factory stock firmware.