Device security (against hacking)
Note that the firmware is that, the compiled code that the receivers CPU runs. I'm fairly sure the source code is not available so one would have to reverse engineer the firmware to make pretty much any changes to it.

The reciever doesn't need to be visible from the internet. IMHO if you want to be able to view/configure the reciever over the internet use a VPN into the LAN where the receiver is located.

There is no seperate charge for the firmware.

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RE: Device security (against hacking) - by allsorts - 2017-05-13, 22:00

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