Belkin routers keeps updating dns
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When I reboot the router, it works for a while, but will later stop. I am not sure how to diagnose, much less fix this problem.
By intercepting packets from the embedded server, an attacker can bypass authentication and gain full, privileged access to restricted pages of the web management interface.According to US-CERT's advisory issued on Monday, DNS queries from the N600 such as those to resolve the names of firmware update and NTP servers, use predictable TXIDs that start at 0x0002 and increase incrementally.An attacker with the ability to spoof DNS responses can cause the router to contact incorrect or malicious hosts under the attacker's control.Security is a process and you need to be part of that process,” he added.I have had Open DNS running for weeks with no problems, but recently I have begun to have many instances per day where it stops working.The router also uses HTTP by default for checking and transmitting firmware update information to vulnerable routers.
An attacker capable of conducting man-in-the-middle attacks can manipulate traffic to block updates or inject arbitrary files.
“Get used to it folks because as everything in the known universe becomes connected to the Internet, this will only increase,” he said.
“The alarming thing about this is that most people who run these products don't even take notice of the model they are running or pay any attention to the advisory.
Note that in default configurations lacking password protection, an attacker can establish an active session as part of an attack and does not require a victim to be logged in.
US-CERT said it was “currently unaware of a practical solution to this problem”.
Wireless routers made by Belkin have been found to have several vulnerabilities, some of which have no workarounds.