Joined: 31 Jul 2021 Posts: 1614 Location: All over YOUR webs
Posted: Wed Oct 06, 2021 16:38 Post subject:
Upnp always been disabled here, always been buggy and vulnerable in multiple platforms.
Broadcom can suck my broadcom, I bought this router because I needed something to replace broken old router, on the advice of someone who deved asuswrt 3rd party and I will trust this person no more with closed source anything from this company or any other company who are shits towards OSS.
Joined: 08 May 2018 Posts: 12858 Location: Texas, USA
Posted: Wed Oct 06, 2021 19:36 Post subject:
Well, save and except the pre-compiled binary object files, the rest of the vanilla proprietary hnd code has plenty of patches available, if you know where to look. I've run the gamut on my FreshTomato PTBs and have had no vulnerabilities found to exploit. Can't say official builds share the same claim, though. Unfortunately, the Linux 2.6 kernel is now EOL all the way around as continued support via RHEL / CentOS 6 has ceased. Trying to backport anything that was left unpatched is a tedious mess. _________________ "Life is but a fleeting moment, a vapor that vanishes quickly; All is vanity"
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