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Is openwrt (or a similar project) any more secure?
Posted Mar 6, 2008 22:47 UTC (Thu) by tetromino (subscriber, #33846)
Yes, by virtue of not including any kind of web interface :)
Posted Mar 7, 2008 0:59 UTC (Fri) by afalko (subscriber, #37028)
Correct me if I am wrong, but openwrt does come with an interface --- at least when I tried it
two years ago. The difference I guess is that openwrt authenticates via apache (also correct
me if I wrong; my memory from two years ago is probably butchered up by now) or you can make
it authenticate via apache :).
Posted Mar 7, 2008 1:29 UTC (Fri) by tetromino (subscriber, #33846)
Posted Mar 7, 2008 13:48 UTC (Fri) by jengelh (subscriber, #33263)
There is X-Wrt/webif² built ontop of OpenWRT/Kamikaze and it uses HTTP Authentication with
cookies. All good.
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