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Security implications of an exploited router

So I completely understand that routers and local networks need to be kept locked down, etc. What real security threats can come about from an attacker who has remotely accessed (telnet or web gui) ...
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Following redirects from HTTPS to HTTP - Secure?

So I have an HTTP client which supports HTTPS. However, it doesn't follow the HTTP spec recommendation for redirects on POST(which is to ask the user before redirecting) This means, in theory, if you ...
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Why is a separate reconnaissance server needed for DNS cache poisoning?

I'm trying to understand how Metasploit's DNS BailiWicked Host Attack module works. One of the required module options is a "reconnaissance" nameserver (option RECONS). What I understand from the ...