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firing actions in response to route transitions in react-router · Issue #227 · reactjs/redux
The first is that componentWillReceiveProps() is not an ideal way for responding to state changes — mostly because it forces you to think imperatively, instead of reactively like we do with Redux. The solution is to store your current router information (location, params, query) inside your store. Then all your state is in the same place, and you can subscribe to it using the same Redux API as the rest of your data.
redux  router  url  react 
2 days ago by tulbox
A Secure Home Router for an Internet of Insecure Things | WIRED
A SECURE HOME ROUTER FOR AN INTERNET OF INSECURE THINGS
A  SECURE  HOME  ROUTER  FOR  AN  INTERNET  OF  INSECURE  THINGS 
2 days ago by gdw
Grizzly Tools
good source for router bits
router  wood 
3 days ago by jnash85
Apple’s AirPort not cracked by CIA program that compromised many other routers | iLounge News
The latest round of Vault 7 WikiLeaks documents details how the CIA was able to break into routers and use them to monitor a subject’s web browsing history and intercept passwords, but Apple’s AirPort appears to have been unaffected by the efforts. The agency’s “Cherry Blossom” project ended up gaining access to routers from Asus, Belkin, Buffalo, Dell, DLink, Linksys, Motorola, Netgear, Senao, and US Robotics through one of two methods — use of a still-unknown tool called a “Claymore” or through a direct “supply-chain operation” by accessing a production factory or other part of a company’s distribution chain. While the list of affected hardware was extensive, the “Harpy Eagle” operation targeting Apple’s AirPort never proved successful. After the initial release of the CIA documents confirmed Apple to be a target of the overall program, the company confirmed that most of the exploits that had been revealed were already patched in iOS 10. [via Apple Insider]
CIA  firmware  gov2.0  hack  privacy  router  security  wi-fi  wikileaks  apple 
3 days ago by rgl7194
Amazon.com: NETGEAR N300 Wi-Fi Router with High Power 5dBi External Antennas (WNR2020v2): Computers & Accessories
I had the same issue with the router a month or so back. Before it was fine, then all of a sudden the download speed would barely go over 1 mbps. I tried a bunch of different things and finally found a post on a website from someone with the same issue and I tried it and it worked and fixed the speed issue. You need to log into the router and go to the Advanced tab then go to Setup and QoS Setup. Uncheck Enable WMM (Wi-Fi multimedia) settings and apply. After I did this, my router was back to normal just like the post said. Hopefully this will work for you as well. see less
wifi  router 
4 days ago by craniac
CIA Created Toolkit for Hacking Hundreds of Routers Models
After a two-week hiatus, WikiLeaks dumped new files as part of the Vault 7 series that supposedly contains CIA-made hacking tools the organization claims it received from hackers and agency insiders.
Today's dump includes the documentation for a CIA tool named CherryBlossom, a multi-purpose framework developed for hacking hundreds of home router models.
The tool is by far one of the most sophisticated CIA malware frameworks in the CIA's possession. The purpose of CherryBlossom is to allow operatives to interact and control SOHO routers on the victim's network.
hack  security  privacy  router  wi-fi  gov2.0  CIA  firmware  wikileaks 
4 days ago by rgl7194
Wikileaks Unveils 'Cherry Blossom' — Wireless Hacking System Used by CIA
WikiLeaks has published a new batch of the ongoing Vault 7 leak, this time detailing a framework – which is being used by the CIA for monitoring the Internet activity of the targeted systems by exploiting vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi devices.
Dubbed "Cherry Blossom," the framework was allegedly designed by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) with the help of Stanford Research Institute (SRI International), an American nonprofit research institute, as part of its ‘Cherry Bomb’ project.
Cherry Blossom is basically a remotely controllable firmware-based implant for wireless networking devices, including routers and wireless access points (APs), which exploits router vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access and then replace firmware with custom Cherry Blossom firmware.
hack  security  privacy  router  wi-fi  gov2.0  CIA  firmware  wikileaks 
4 days ago by rgl7194
Advanced CIA firmware has been infecting Wi-Fi routers for years | Ars Technica
Latest Vault7 release exposes network-spying operation CIA kept secret since 2007.
Home routers from 10 manufacturers, including Linksys, DLink, and Belkin, can be turned into covert listening posts that allow the Central Intelligence Agency to monitor and manipulate incoming and outgoing traffic and infect connected devices. That's according to secret documents posted Thursday by WikiLeaks.
hack  security  privacy  router  wi-fi  gov2.0  CIA  firmware  wikileaks 
4 days ago by rgl7194
Advanced CIA firmware has been infecting Wi-Fi routers for years • Ars Technica
Dan Goodin:
<p>Home routers from 10 manufacturers, including Linksys, DLink, and Belkin, can be turned into covert listening posts that allow the Central Intelligence Agency to monitor and manipulate incoming and outgoing traffic and infect connected devices. That's according to secret documents posted Thursday by WikiLeaks.

CherryBlossom, as the implant is code-named, can be especially effective against targets using some D-Link-made DIR-130 and Linksys-manufactured WRT300N models because they can be remotely infected even when they use a strong administrative password. An exploit code-named Tomato can extract their passwords as long as a default feature known as universal plug and play remains on. Routers that are protected by a default or easily-guessed administrative password are, of course, trivial to infect. In all, documents say CherryBlossom runs on 25 router models, although it's likely modifications would allow the implant to run on at least 100 more.</p>


Not surprising in some ways: most routers run a stripped-down version of Linux and don't get updated (especially against security hacks), so find a vulnerability and you're pretty much guaranteed it will work for ages.
router  linux  cia  hack 
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