Issues with older Routers

ddaenen1

Senior Member

Tech9

Part of the Furniture
I believe most of those Huawei ADSL modems are ISP locked. The users don't have access password and most have no idea what firmware is in general. The firmware is ISP trimmed down version with 10 basic options. What the "hacker" is going to do there? A joke resetting it to factory default perhaps? I don't find reports of mass hacked ISP modem/routers, so the protection is obviously good enough.
 

stef1949

New Around Here
I believe most of those Huawei ADSL modems are ISP locked. The users don't have access password and most have no idea what firmware is in general. The firmware is ISP trimmed down version with 10 basic options. What the "hacker" is going to do there? A joke resetting it to factory default perhaps? I don't find reports of mass hacked ISP modem/routers, so the protection is obviously good enough.
That's so funny imagine if a hacker reset your router, I'd be vexxed
 

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