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Offline pejagana

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dnsmasq vulnerabilities
« on: January 13, 2019, 02:53:18 am »
Will the Almond+ team ever address the dnsmasq vulnerabilities?
I helped funding this baby.
Never mind the years we have been waiting for the first Almond+ to be delivered.
But at times when security and VPN capabilities are crucial, there has to be a clear message from the support team.
Just be honest and tell me if I have to look for a new router.

Offline Shazster

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Re: dnsmasq vulnerabilities
« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2019, 02:29:38 pm »
This thing is EOL.
The Wall has been hit as far as what their processor & design choices will support for firmware.
Mine is a wired access point now to extend my Wi-Fi coverage. I no longer rely on it for primary routing duties.

 

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