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BIG__DOG

BIG__DOG

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VPNfilter list of devices

A week ago

Hi all.

 

Here is a list of routers so far vulnerable to the pesky and nasty vpnfilter exploit.

 

 

The list is incomplete as there are probably devices out there not added yet, but here is the current list which is correct as of and upto today so far:

 

Devices affected as observed by Cisco Talos

  • Asus Devices: RT-AC66U (new), RT-N10 (new), RT-N10E (new), RT-N10U (new), RT-N56U (new), RT-N66U (new),
  • D-Link Devices: DES-1210-08P (new), DIR-300 (new), DIR-300A (new), DSR-250N (new), DSR-500N (new), DSR-1000 (new), DSR-1000N (new)
  • Huawei Devices: HG8245 (new)
  • Linksys Devices: E1200, E2500, E3000 (new), E3200 (new), E4200 (new), RV082 (new), WRVS4400N,
  • Mikrotik Devices: CCR1009 (new), CCR1016, CCR1036, CCR1072, CRS109 (new), CRS112 (new), CRS125 (new), RB411 (new), RB450 (new), RB750 (new), RB911 (new), RB921 (new), RB941 (new), RB951 (new), RB952 (new), RB960 (new), RB962 (new), RB1100 (new), RB1200 (new), RB2011 (new), RB3011 (new), RB Groove (new), RB Omnitik (new), STX5 (new)
  • Netgear Devices: DG834 (new), DGN1000 (new), DGN2200, DGN3500 (new), FVS318N (new), MBRN3000 (new), R6400, R7000, R8000, WNR1000, WNR2000, WNR2200 (new), WNR4000 (new), WNDR3700 (new), WNDR4000 (new), WNDR4300 (new), WNDR4300-TN (new), UTM50 (new)
  • QNAP Devices: TS251, TS439 Pro, Other QNAP NAS devices running QTS software
  • TP-Link Devices: R600VPN, TL-WR741ND (new), TL-WR841N (new)
  • Ubiquiti Devices: NSM2 (new), PBE M5 (new)
  • Upvel Devices: Unknown Models* (new)

This list is advised as incomplete and there is very likely to be other manufacturers and devices affected. 

 

 

B.D


XR500 UPnP issue after latest update 2.3.2.18

2 weeks ago

Hi.

 

I have seen 1 or 2 comments regarding UPnP not working but as I have an open nat I paid no attention to it until just now.

 

I have gone to advanced>>>upnp and noticed that the upnp port mapping is totally blank, even when playing C.O.D.

 

As I have an open nat then upnp must be working, right? Something is askew though.

 

 

B.D


XR500 WINDOWS VPN BUG

12 May 2018 - 10:14 AM

Hi.

 

 

I have noticed a bug in the dumaos/netgear firmware. When connecting to P.I.A via their wondows application as there is no current option to use them on the XR500 I have noticed that the router cannot be accessed by the routerlogin.net address only via 192.168.1.1. I cannot work out why this would be and why being connected to a vpn would stop access to routerlogin.net.

 

I have added a sceenshot of the page that appears if I use routerlogin.net

 

 

B.D

 

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Supply drops day's are numbered!

27 April 2018 - 02:45 AM

Hi all.

Just read a tweet by charlieintel sharing a link that Belgium has deemed that supply drops are a breach of their new gaming laws and considered criminal gambling. I will be glad to see the back of them to be honest when you have to pay to win by hoping to get a weapon or variant.

 

 

https://charlieintel...minal-gambling/

 


Proof Virginmedia don't Care for their Customers.

23 April 2018 - 05:52 AM

Hi.

 

As some of you are aware I have nothing but distane and utter contempt for Virginmedia after being with them for 16 years. I hate how they treat their customers and how shoddy their infrastructure is and poorly maintained thinking of profits and shareholders before customers and their network.

 

I have seen this cabinet at the bottom of my street and it has been this way for the past 5 weeks and although I am not a virgin customer now I felt it right to report this to them via a telephone number inside the cab. It has still not been repaired and even more wiring has been ripped out and left strewn all over the pavement. Virginmedia are shite!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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