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Topic # 198669 18-Jul-2016 15:13
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I haven't been able to access MyFritz I can however access my router using IP as I have Internet access to the FRITZ!Box via HTTPS enabled. I am new to Fritzbox but I am sure it has worked once before. Now the link won't even open.  Here is a screen shot from my FritzBox.


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  Reply # 1594773 18-Jul-2016 23:23
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I was under the impression that My.Fritz was not very secure and should not be enabled.

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  Reply # 1594774 18-Jul-2016 23:25
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I was under the impression that My.Fritz was not very secure and should not be enabled.





IIRC a bug in it that could be exploited was fixed in a later patch.




Personally im still a fan of simply running a vpn client routing only your private subnet for network access (assuming your wanting to use your Cell/Wifi naked)

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  Reply # 1594833 19-Jul-2016 08:25
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Working now but I am sure it was down before.  I don't really want to enable it if I don't have to.  I have created a VPN on FritzBox and configured a dns service. So only with internet access to router enabled over HTTPS should be enabled?  At the moment VPN seem to work fine but I have both MyFritz and access to internet over vpn enabled.

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