1. tunip3

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  2. xtheman

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    ? to you question, this is next to useless as I'm pretty sure once an exploit is released it will work on lastest firm (that is out when released)
     
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    DNSwitch is able to block updates by default if you want to use that :P

    Otherwise block the update servers in your router themselves. I doubt anyone will setup an actual DNS server for this again since its almost always abused once it goes out to the public
     
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    i cann not figure how to set up the dns ip it would be easier if you gave an example
     
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