Re: [Full-disclosure] SSH scans, i caught one
- From: Robin <robin@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2010 14:30:13 +0000
Glancing through the OpenWRT platform list, it seems to be about 50/50
between ARM and MIPS (with a few other strange architectures in there).
The only router I've got to hand to check is a Belkin, which reports to
be MIPS based.
On 11/20/2010 02:58 PM, Robin wrote:
MIPS is very common in routers - most home ones I've seen are MIPS. As
for purpose, it's a good place to DDoS from, because it's very hard to
detect. It's also a very nice place to sniff passwords from, as you get
a whole network's traffic passing through, and it's extremely hard to
Most homerouters I've seen are ARM, I actually never had a MIPS :)
Guess its time to setup Qemu-MIPS to see what it does exactly.
And maybe name it? If it's not a already known botnet that is.
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