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    new router advice required

    Pretty much every modem router/wifi combo is going to have *some* compromise somewhere. Question is, why do you need AC, it's no where near becoming a mainstream standard, and anything worth it's money is really quite expensive. Either way, my suggestion will be ignored, but go for a dedicated modem router, say some kinda Billion. Everything else is quite shit, TPLink is pretty good for hardware, terrible for firmware. For your wireless needs, and AC, this: http://ubiquitiwarehouse.com.au/product_in...a5d9478aea5b16b There really isn't anything nearly as good as these atm.
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    CentOS 6.3 & HTTPD (Apache)

    Somewhat off topic, but I came across this recently: http://www.rapid7.com/products/nexpose/edi...nd-features.jsp Made by the same guys that manage metasploit now, has a community version, and really quite useful (if you're into security that is).
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    CentOS 6.3 & HTTPD (Apache)

    Sounds like VLANing, but not really...If you want an honest opinion, seems overly complex for a simple task, but hey, it's also not what I'd consider a 'standard' setup, which is always a good thing. I like fail2ban, but once again, overly difficult to get onto my favorite router: OpenWRT, which is why I prefer Ostiary. I'd also rather trust myself with what is essentially an on/off switch. But to answer your initial question, the only thing I can see on face value, externally being a threat, is the SSL certs...they ain't as secure as people think, they are quite prone to MITM attacks now. The only protocol that is worth trusting (in my view) is SSH with keys, so the likes of SCP can be used for file transfer, and SShuttle is great for VPN like goodness. But also, once again, I'll quite happily admit I'm wearing a tinfoil hat right now...
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    CentOS 6.3 & HTTPD (Apache)

    *Nothing on the internet is safe* With that out of the way...if someone wanted to mess with you, they could use SSLStrip... Personally I'd just use SCP on a non standard port, and use Ostiary: http://ingles.homeunix.net/software/ost/index.html For some port knocking* goodness Also don't use something silly like dyndns, and just use IP address monitoring via mail #Removes tinfoil hat# *kinda
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    Your fondest Atomic memories

    Green slushy...
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    Spam Sent from my Home Email Address

    Could simply be backscatter: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backscatter_(email)
  7. Not to mention that Reaver cracks 90% of Linksys WPA using WPS, even when its turned 'off'...yea fantastic work Cisco.
  8. Hi All, Trying to work out if I can restart (reset) the USB port on a 7404VNPX, without having to restart the router. The USB port is being used to power an embedded device. In theory it should be a matter of doing: Enter CLI session via Telnet console enable usb reset I've also tried: reset usb reset usb0 Both don't work. From what I can tell its using ATMOS. These might help further: Quantum> version DSL gateway version 6.24c (06 June 2012) BSP: CSP: CPU: Solos-W (0x46104147 ) Quantum usb> list devices Controller usb0: addr 1: high speed, self powered, config 1, EHCI root hub(0x0000), vendor 0x0000(0x0000), rev 1.00 uhub0 Quantum usb> list tasks tasks: usb 0 usb0_task usbevt 114a744 usbtask_task usbtsk 8f4238 Quantum usb>
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    Growing grapes off the deck

    Caelum...you wrote a novel mate :P
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    SyncToy alternative?

    http://ss64.com/nt/robocopy.html + scheduled tasks
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    _sentinel's Photos

    Some photos from a recent Crew camping trip: P1010252 by r3min, on Flickr Few more:
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    Street safe suburbs in Perth

    Pfft I do...well some of em :P
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    Street safe suburbs in Perth

    I'm on the Bentley / Vic Park border. Though there is a few natives around here, they generally keep to themselves.
  14. Ok then... Imagine the yoyo is made of cheese, then think about the problem some more. It'll probably just sit there, looking all cheese like and yummy :)