sina94 Posted July 28, 2009 Share Posted July 28, 2009 My roommate is a security freak. He has a Gentoo media center/everything else set up with a RADIUS server... and you have to jump through rings of fire to get connected to the interwebs (WPA2 with tunneled TLS authentication on the outside, his very special certificate file, and then PAP authentication on the inside). Problem is, it runs like shit (probably mostly linux driver issues). I pay my half of the internet bill, and should be able to poke around inside the router to see if I can alleviate any of my connectivity problems. Problem is, the guy uses epic pass poems that, even if I knew where to start cracking, it would probably take me the rest of my life. Haha. He hasn't updated the router (D-Link DIR-655) firmware from 1.31 to 1.32NA, and I read that there was a security problem with the captcha on the routers login page. Any way I can use this to gain access before he upgrades the firmware? I have physical access to everything, but no privileges whatsoever. This falls outside of my area of expertise, so I'll need the really dumbed down version. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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