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Information and Downloads on the Heartbleed Bug

The Heartbleed vulnerability allows an attacker to read random 64k blocks of memory of the service using OpenSSL (with TLS). Since every request delivers another 64k memory block an attacker could retrieve sensitive data from the service i.e. private keys. More detailed information about Heartbleed can be found in the security advisory:

http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/720951 and here http://www.infoq.com/news/2014/04/heartbleed-ssl

This vulnerability is only if running the following services are using OpenSSL with TLS:

Netgear Showcases Showcases New Prodcuts at IFA 2013 Trade Show

Press release - BERLIN - September 4, 2013 NETGEAR®, Inc. (NASDAQGM: NTGR)

Review of DD-WRT App for Apple iPhone, iPhone 5, iPad, and iPod Touch

Review and First Look at NETGEAR's Genie+ Marketplace: Apps for Your Network Devices

We live in a world of apps. Apps are everywhere and lie at the core of most of our mobile computing lives--especially when it comes to tablets and smartphones. Lesser known is the ability to install apps on network connected devices, such as network-attached-storage (NAS) products and other equipment.

Quick Review and Specs: NETGEAR DGND3700 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router

The NETGEAR N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router is the Ultimate Integrated DSL Networking Gateway. It offers concurrent dual band technology which avoids interference and ensures top speeds and the greatest range for demanding applications, such as streaming HD video and multiplayer gaming. Complete with a built-in DSL modem, it is compatible with all major DSL Internet service providers.

Upgrading to DD-WRT on NETGEAR WGR614L or WNR3500L: Demystified

So... you bought a WGR614L or WGR614v8 router, or perhaps the WNR3500 Version L, U or 2 router.  You've also been hearing a lot about this "firmware upgrade" and "DD-WRT" stuff but have no idea where to begin.

If you look around, you will see there are all kinds of firmware versions out there.  Once in a while, you'll hear about people have upgraded to the wrong thing and it "bricked" their router.  You hear that one firmware does one thing and another firmware does something different; some do it better while some others don't, and so on.  It can be confusing and even a bit intimidating.

KWGR614 Open Source Router Installation and Setup

After years of using Linksys WRT54G routers, I decided that it was time to look into a newer setup for my system. I'm not currently having any problems, but my routers are the old V2 & V3 versions. They're no longer being manufactured, and if they went bad - I would have to buy either a new version of the Linksys, or an alternative.

I also use my netowrk quite heavily (you'll see why in a moment) and don't want to risk down time if one of my routers went bad.

KWGR614 Software Specifications

The NETGEAR Wireless-G open source router (KWGR614) is a customizable open source product. At its heart is a Linux operating system, which can be customized and modified at will by users to arrive at customer software applications or to achieve custom functionality / optimizations.

The KWGR614 is running Linux 2.4.26.

The following table lists the functional modules of the KWGR614 router and the source and versions of the different modules. More information on these functional modules can be obtained directly from the source of the packages...

KWGR614 Important Downloads

The following are critical downloads for the NETGEAR KWGR614 Open Source Router. For more downloads, make sure you check out the MyOpenRouter.com downloads area ... for manuals, open source information, and even custom open source projects created by members of the community.