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It’s Saturday night, I have no date, a two-liter bottle of Shasta and my all-Rush mix-tape…let’s hack.
On a whim I downloaded firmware v1.13 for the DIR-100 rev A.
But it’s not just any pineapple, it’s a Wi-Fi Pineapple and it has some very impressive party tricks that will help the naysayers understand the real risk of insufficient transport layer protection in web applications which, hopefully, will ultimately help them build safer sites. What you’re looking at in the image above is a little device about the size of a cigarette packet running a piece of firmware known as “Jasager” (which over in Germany means “The Yes Man”) based on Open Wrt (think of it as Linux for embedded devices).
Selling for only 0, it packs Wi-Fi capabilities, a USB jack, a couple of RJ45 Ethernet connectors and implements a kernal mode wireless feature known as “Karma”. This is starting to slip into the realm of specialist security gear which is increasingly far away from the everyday issues we deal with as software developers.
Cygwin will not be supported because of the lack of case sensitiveness in the file system.
Unfortunately, skipping this step leads many to brick (break) their routers. After you have read THIS page, and gotten some background on the peacock page, the Hardware-specific page may be the most useful page for you in terms of identifying your router, figuring out what files you need to download (including instructions), and figuring out the correct installation procedures.
If you do not already have a dd-wrt firmware version on your router, you may have to run a "kill" firmware program on your router first.
This is all pretty much security people rhetoric designed to instil fear but without a whole lot of practical basis, right?
That’s an easy assumption to make because it’s hard to observe the risk of insufficient transport layer protection being exploited, at least compared to something like XSS or SQL injection.