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Araknis 220 Router & DNS Rebinding


BY96

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Hello,

 

I am hoping someone can help. I am running an Araknis 220 router. Long story short, although it is way over my head, the working theory is that the router is blocking “DNS rebinding” and I need to setup an exception in the router. I cannot find anywhere to do it. Does anyone know if such an exception is possible with the router and if so, where do I do it?

 

Thank you!

 

 

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Pretty sure DNS rebinding is a way for hackers to hack your PC.  Why do you need this protection removed??

I don’t want to turn off the protection, just add an exception to run a program. However, my issue may be entirely unrelated to rebinding.

And if doing an exception opens up significant vulnerability, I won’t do it.


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15 hours ago, lippavisual said:

Pretty sure DNS rebinding is a way for hackers to hack your PC.  Why do you need this protection removed??

It wont, it has valid applications for internal LANs.

 

14 hours ago, BY96 said:

I don’t want to turn off the protection, just add an exception to run a program. However, my issue may be entirely unrelated to rebinding.

If you want to expand on the issue, there could be a solution - presumably this is regarding a VPN routing/DNS issue? I am unfamiliar with the OS but there may be a way to add an exception through the CLI if SSH access is available.

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43 minutes ago, Popolou said:

If you want to expand on the issue, there could be a solution - presumably this is regarding a VPN routing/DNS issue? I am unfamiliar with the OS but there may be a way to add an exception through the CLI if SSH access is available.

I sent you a PM. 

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