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From: Carl \ (thoguenerd.com)
Date: Fri May 17 2013 - 15:40:33 CDT
AT&T won't let you use 10.0.0.0/8 inside your home network on their devices
for the same reason. You will get an error if you try to configure their
device with it.
On Friday, May 17, 2013, sec wrote:
> On 2013-05-17 16:17:35 (-0400), Gary Baribault wrote:
> The only problem is that anyone on a cable modem could access their
> 10.x.x.x/8 address space and frankly who cares.
> Me, if they're still not signing (much less encrypting) packets on the
> local loop, and continuing to wish real hard that no one builds serial or
> other debug ports—or board headers for same—into "certified" cable modems.
> I have a Verizon Wireless femtocell with what looks like an HDMI port on
> the bottom, but *probably* isn't. I've been afraid to experiment, for fear
> of what I'd find. Embedded device security continues to amuse / terrify.
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