jihadjoe wrote:The first thing I do is make sure remote management is disabled on all wireless connections.
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Last time I flashed with dd wrt it required a wired connection, I definitely wouldn't trust flashing a router wirelessly. I connected to the persons router and flashed their firmware with DDWRT so I could increase the TX power of the router and basically adjusted everything to my liking. The person was none the wiser and I increased the signal strength to an acceptable level so my friend used it for about a whole year until he moved. True Story.
Except it makes you a pretty bad person.
I'm kind of freaking out, no one in my house could of installed it cause they were gone for the weekend (and wouldn't know how to in the first place). What could of caused this?
puppetworx wrote:That's a smart move too. I seem to remember there being some kind of remote management exploit with dd wrt routers not too long ago. Asus should have provided a fix for that if they were diligent. Still, if you don't use that feature (can't think of any times I'd use it myself) better to just turn it off for safety's sake.
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just brew it! wrote:Assuming it's legit, that's a pretty smart move on Asus' part. A lot of consumer router firmware really sucks; why reinvent the wheel?
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to wirelessly hack into your network while you were gone and succeeded to an extent. Perhaps it was nothing nefarious though and it was just an electrical glitch. To be safe make sure you use WPA2 security with a lengthy key and random as possible key (I use this key generator, overkill it is but I know nobody is getting into my network by brute force). I connected to the persons router and flashed their firmware with DDWRT so I could increase the TX Nike Classic Cortez Og White Red
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I see that Asus promotes their compatibility with dd wrt so that makes me wonder if they bundle that firmware alongside their own or if their firmware is dd wrt based(skinned). In which case I imagine a factory reset of the router should fix it, the router documentation will detail how.
If someone's going to hack my router, they'd at the very least need to have physical access.
Last time I flashed with dd wrt it required a wired connection, I definitely wouldn't trust flashing a router wirelessly. Still if it's not your router that's neither here nor there.
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DD WRT is like Android, in this case. Asus uses DD WRT as the base then modifies it a little bit to fit their needs. When Asus doesn't make weird hardware decisions, it's easy to change between the two. To go to DD WRT on an RT N16, the suffix on the binary needs to Nike Cortez Ultra Breathe White be changed and the NVRAM needs to be erased once the router has been flashed.
So I've had an Asus rt n12 router for about 6 months now. Its been a good router and all and haven't had any problems with it except for when i came back labor day weekend. When i got back i found that none of my devices would connect and that my routers name had disappeared from all of my devices. The only thing different was the appearance of the wireless id dd wrt. When i tried to log in to my router, i found myself at the final stages of dd wrt setup where it asks you to make a username and password.
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