Browsing All posts tagged under »optware«

openssl update on ddwrt, is it Checkmate or Check?

April 17, 2012


After reading an old articel on TLSv1 vulnerability I wanted to test it. The website I have red about this TLSv1 Issue: After reading I wanted to look for a webserver that support TLSv1. For that task I need only an openssl on a device with public internet access, that is actually my ddwrt […]

Security tools with ddwrt and optware – Part II.

November 10, 2011


..!OPEnvPN!.. This is madness! It is the simpliest and cheapest ssl vpn solution I have ever seen and I can use it on my ddwrt router. I have documented here what and how I did, just in case I need it later, but shortly it is an openvpn setting on ddwrt router with certificate authentication. […]

Security tools with ddwrt and optware – Part III.

November 6, 2011


privoxy I am too tired to write about privoxy so I just copy the description from “Privoxy is a non-caching web proxy with advanced filtering capabilities for enhancing privacy, modifying web page data and HTTP headers, controlling access, and removing ads and other obnoxious Internet junk. Privoxy has a flexible configuration and can be […]

Security tools with ddwrt and optware – Part I.

November 6, 2011


On a small router like Netgear WNR3500L we can install and use many security open source tools. I tested the followings free softwares just for fun: – Snort – Nmap – Tcptraceroute – Hping I do not know What performance degradation I could expect if those are running on the router, but there are some […]