Routing is the process of moving packets across a network from one host to a another. It is usually performed by dedicated devices called routers.

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Can home routers get infected?

I am behind a router(linksys that runs dd wrt on it) and I was infected with sality. I'm curious, can my router get infected too? If yes, how can I remove the infection? I used the search bar but ...
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Forensics on a SOHO router

I am interested in how reliable the information determined from doing forensics on a SOHO router is. Most of these routers don't seem to be very advanced, so I question if it would be possible to ...
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incoming packets in server

I have enabled iptables logging for packets coming from the outside -A INPUT ! -s 192.168.218.0/24 -j LOG Now i am seeing lots of incoming packets from unknown addresses Jun 5 14:54:56 localhost ...
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Cisco ASA Default Route Issue

We have a test environment which mimics our enterprise network security design. In this test environment my team and I would like to bypass our DMZ entirely. This seems easily enough done by simply ...
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Multiple VPN clients in parallel

If I were to run more than one VPN clients on my machine, simultaneously, what risks would be involved? E.g. are there technical conflicts, such that it wouldn't work right? Could there be ...
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Security Services on Edge Router vs. Standard Firewall

If I can run a site to site VPN, NAT & Reflexive ACLs on a edge router (plus normal routing functions), what would be the use of running a stock firewall behind it? For instance, Core Switch --> ...
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Access to a router's GUI

During a recent visit to a coffee shop, I noticed that they hadn't bothered changing their default user name and password for their router. I realise that someone could log on and be annoying to ...
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How can a company reduce exposure to packet spoofing? What solution should exist, but doesn't?

I'd like to understand what anti-packet-spoofing technology exists (or should exist) to verify an inbound packet. Maybe this is as simple as a Cisco ACL, Firewall Rule, implemented at the network ...