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Tofu 13c vs Thibor 15c

Discussion in 'HyperWRT Firmware' started by track8, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. track8

    track8 Guest

    i have tried both versions and also dd-wrt and some other 3rd party firmwares but i keep on returning to these 2...
    im not sure which is better? it seems Tofu is more stable for me.
    is anyone using tofu?
    BTW, why is the download option of Tofu 13c no longer available for download on polarclod.com ?
     
  2. wasp87

    wasp87 Network Guru Member

    To my knowledge, Thibor 15c is newer, and is simply the improved/updated version from the Tofu variants.


    IMO neither of these firmwares should probably be used anymore. IMO it'd be best to update to the latest Tomato / Tomato Victek / or the newest BETA v24 SP2 DD-WRT that is available
     
  3. grcore

    grcore Network Guru Member

    hmm..care to explain why not?
     
  4. mstombs

    mstombs Network Guru Member

    There's been a few security fixes to the base Linksys firmware -"cross-site scripting" and "upnp" I believe. Not clear that Thibor is vulnerable, or how serious the risk really was. dnsmasq has been patch recently for source port randomization (again not clear there was ever a real issue) Newer wireless drivers help fix some issues with certain adaptors (intel?). There was a bug in Thibor 15c re dyndns updates with cable IPs that don't change, I remember trying to patch it with scripts.
     
  5. wasp87

    wasp87 Network Guru Member

    Simply because it's a very dated firmware. There are newer firmwares with updates, enhancements, new features, etc. I used to use 15c, and used to love it, but I have moved on for the better.
     

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