Firefox Alternative

Billie Walsh bilwalsh at swbell.net
Sat Jul 2 11:42:28 UTC 2011


On 07/02/2011 12:25 AM, JD wrote:
> I have a Uverse router.
> When you aim your browser at the Uverse router,
> and click on the Home tab, then
> all the connected systems are displayed, and next
> to each system is a hyperlink named "Access Files".
> Since most browsers must run with Javascript
> enabled, else most sites lose much of their functionality,
> the Access Files link sends a Javascript to your browser,
> which is happily executed by your browser, and lo and
> behold - you can see the / directory and everything in it.
> All with the help of the java script sent by the router.

It's been several years since I have played on a system that was on a 
cable company ISP, but you had the same problem on cable systems. Back 
then you didn't even need to use Java. With very little effort you had 
access to every system attached to your cable run.

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