Hello, openwrt!I have tp-link wr1043n v5. Today I used it as proxy and got next problem:
This image was created from several fingerprints-check sites. Dropbear was used, proxy redirecting getting from Birvise Ssh client. I am working with Adwords and time-by-time should to use proxy. So, is any opportunity to change this? Should I to check the kernel or something?
I'd assume that port 22 is open and they portscan your network and get the fingerprint that way. Close all ports via WAN (except SSH) and change SSH port to some random but big number and it should prevent fingerprinting...
So you need to compare your PC and router fingerprints.
And then hack your router to match PC fingerprint.
I'm not sure it's feasible without kernel and network stack patching...
What you are asking to do changes the TCP/IP stack of the kernel in very fundamental ways. It is not something that is easily undertaken, even by those intimately familiar with how TCP/IP works and with the specific implementation in the kernel. Any changes at such a low level would require extensive testing to ensure that TCP/IP had not been broken in some unexpected way.
"Privacy extensions" have been proposed and implemented for some older protocols that have significant weaknesses or releases of information. What is the concern that you have?