I have been using Linux as router since 1996 because routing/firewalling was the only one thing Linux was good for
Now you are saying that I have to respect your patent to use my FREE OS?
Seriously, go to hell. My old i386 Intel-based router was even more embedded then any other modern wifi router.
anton_kg writes: According to a report in ITPro by Jennifer Scott, Kaspersky have been in touch to confirm that their servers were in fact compromised and the redirection was very real. The breach was made by exploiting “a third party app used for site admin”. The malicious redirection was in place for three and a half hours. Several reports in Kaspersky user forums seem to indicate that the security software manufacturer was recently compromised by cybercriminals trying to punt fake security software.
You don't need to mark client's browser. it's not secure and yet possible to protect against.
The best solution is to use browser fingerprint. Apparently, each browser is unique by itself.
See the link bellow
nLite creates customized CD images. One of its option is to assemble a CD from the files on your partition.
This is what I do before removing all crap from entire HDD, creating one main partition and one for a swap file and installing Linux;-)