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Giveaway of the day — AudioWeb 1.0

Reproduce tus archivos de audio desde cualquier navegador web!
$14.95 EXPIRÓ
Votación de Usuario: 15 (52%) 14 (48%) Déjanos un Comentario

AudioWeb 1.0 estaba como Giveaway el día n 15 de mayo de 2019

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NB: el software requiere Windows 8.1 o Windows 10.

  • AudioWeb requiere Microsoft .NET Framework versión 4.6.1 para ejecutar. Esto normalmente ya debería estar presente en su sistema
  • AudioWeb también requiere el paquete de hospedaje de Windows DotNet Core 2.0.9 para ejecutar
  • ¡AudioWeb crea un sitio web personal en tu computadora que te permite reproducir tus archivos de audio mp3 a través de cualquier navegador web! Configuración extremadamente simple; No se requiere IIS.
  • AudioWeb reproduce archivos de audio secuencialmente, ideal para audiolibros o podcasts.
  • Puede explorar, reproducir y marcar fácilmente archivos de audio con cualquier navegador web moderno en cualquier iPad, iPhone, teléfono o tableta Android o escritorio de Windows / Mac.
  • Cree cualquier número de usuarios separados, cada uno con sus propios marcadores y configuración.
  • AudioWeb nunca pierde su lugar en un libro, incluso si se desconecta.
  • Puede usar AudioWeb solo dentro de su enrutador local, si lo desea, o abrir un puerto de enrutador para reproducir su audio desde cualquier lugar de Internet.
  • AudioWeb es un complemento natural de PodSilo by MollieSoft, que recopila y mantiene podcasts para ti.
  • Requerimientos del Sistema:

    Windows 8.1/ 10; Microsoft .NET Framework version 4.6.1; DotNet Core 2.0.9 Windows Hosting Bundle

    Publicado por:

    MollieSoft

    Página Oficial:

    http://www.molliesoft.com/

    Tamaño del Archivo:

    1 788 КB

    Precio:

    $14.95

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    #3

    Sounds like an easy way to lose control of your domestic internet connection by using a very young piece of software that creates an internet connected web server thaat is not SSL/TLS1.2 equipped or hardened in any significant way to block brute force attempts to crack administration accounts or multi-threaded brute force attempts. There does not even apear to be any support for Dynamic DNS service providers or cloud redirectors to translate ones dynamic IP number to a fixed known subdomain of a service provider... Stating in its FAQ:

    "Generally, your routers external IP address is fairly stable although in theory your internet provider could change it at any time. In practice, it usually remains stable for periods of years."

    In my experience if you have a dynamic IP on your internet connection most ISP WILL reasign your public IP number on each reathantication. Some do use a sticky dynamic IP where one IP is assigned per modems MAC address but that is the exception NOT the norm. It may be possible to request a static IP if you intend run a server but if it is offered expect to pay something for the privilige of a static IPv4 address.

    Generally though it is best advice to never put an internet facing unencrypted web server on a desktop class windows operating system or through a domestic grade broadband connection using a domestic grade modem/router. It is just inviting trouble.

    In addition to the above risks there is an additional major security flaw when using this product in this build it requires a no longer supported Microsoft Core component

    DotNet Core 2.0.9 Windows hosting bundle and if you look at Microsofts web page for the downloads for DotNet Core 2.0 at https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet-core/2.0 you will see a red banner stating:

    "This release has reached end of life, meaning it is no longer supported. We recommend moving to a supported release. See our support policy for more details."

    Vista is more supported than this is! This product is insane to install on production systems and exposing it to internet traffic.

    TK  –  3 months ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+25)

    MollieSoft, If you were aware of Microsofts long history of almost predictable mishandling of data buffers in memory you'd know that ANY Microsoft based server that is exposed to any network traffic is a potential point of entry. The more points of exposure you open on a Microsoft Windows machine the greater the probability that there will be an undocumented remote code execution vulnerability lying there in wait.

    A significant vulnerabilty that allowed LAN wide infection of many computers on private LANs was wannacry ransomware worm that used an old NSA exploit in SMB subsystem. Only a fool would think any Microsoft server subsystems were hardened against all current attack vectors.

    Even if there was no vulnerability placing an internet facing server on a domestic broadband connection is asking for too much attention and is too vulnerable to bandwidth saturation denial of service attacks.

    And yes the risks are completly generic, potential never to be patched vulnerabilites as the DotNet Core is End of life never to be patched or investigated to see if it has any of the vulnerabilites that may be found and patched in the supported newer versions. Personally I prefer Serviio DLNA media server for use on my LAN and not be restricted to streaming just mp3 files but can stream video, photo and audio media. But I would not put that on a shared LAN with other users for the same reasons given about this product even though Serviio is still under active development and does not rely on obsolete Microsoft Core components.

    You do not use SSL/TLS so any script kiddie can devise brute force, rainbow or dictionary attacks to obtain user login credentials. It also makes it alot easier to FUZZ the server to expose any parsing irregularities and database injection vulnerabilities.

    IMHO the safer option is to create a PHP web application that a customer can license to install on their low cost commercial web server with a real domain name to host their media and let the hosting provider worry about security and bandwidth attacks.

    Or just put your audio books onto your mobile devices and use a dedicated audiobook player app!

    TK  –  3 months ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+8)
    #2

    Hi - For this offering of AudioWeb (or any other GAOTD software) , I will NOT be moving to W10 and I never tried (and will never try) W 8.

    I am staying with W7 Ult 64 bit as long as I possibly can on my two identical Dell T7500 machines; with dual X5690 chips, Samsung SDD and 128 GB ram in each they. are a pleasure to use. Nothing W10 has or will have comes close.

    I am ADAMANT about this.

    And, I am spending a little time each month learning Linux Debian Mint and all the "MS like" applications that work on them.

    I expect GAOTD to eventually be offering Linux apps. FWIW

    Morgan Pierce  –  3 months ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (-14)

    Morgan Pierce,

    "I am staying with W7 Ult 64 bit as long as I possibly can..."

    Cool, if that's what you want. Windows 7 & 8 aren't going stop running because of an expiration date. Win7 may be more targeted by cybercriminals, as there will be no more patches as of 1/2020, & there will be no reason for manufacturers to issue drivers. But people continue to use XP, so no reason win7 should be any different. However, as with XP, the majority of people will move on, as will sites and companies from GOTD to Amazon -- it makes little sense not to cater to the vast majority of the market. And as with today's XP users, you might find that stuff that works with win7 starts to become increasingly rare. As long as you remember that it's your choice, no reason for anyone to get upset about it.

    "two identical Dell T7500 machines; with dual X5690 chips, Samsung SDD and 128 GB ram in each they. are a pleasure to use. Nothing W10 has or will have comes close. "

    Later versions of win10 support more, & older xeon CPUs, in case your decision is based on compatibility. Win10's core is very basically an improved version of what's in win7 -- they behave much the same, though win10 is faster -- with the biggest difference being the interface. If your main concern is performance, then like most gamers on Steam, you likely want win10. If you just can't get past the GUI, that's fine too -- it's your PCs, so your choice.

    "I am spending a little time each month learning Linux Debian Mint and all the "MS like" applications that work on them.
    I expect GAOTD to eventually be offering Linux apps. FWIW"


    Nothing wrong with Linux either, but as you become more experienced in the Linux world, you'll find that the amount of non-server related apps cannot compare to the Windows environment. There's simply not enough Linux software for GOTD to feature an app a day, plus lots of [most?] Linux software is open source, so what would be the point?

    mike  –  3 months ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+16)
    #1

    Can a security expert comment on the risks associated with opening a port to the www in order to broadcast audio? I'm concerned about dropping my defenses like that.

    TGab  –  3 months ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+3)

    TGab, you are right to be concerned about it even with mature and hardened fully supported software. I have posted a comment stating my concerns https://www.giveawayoftheday.com/audioweb/#comment-622367 we shall see if the moderator has any technical knowledge or not... if they have they will let my comment out of awaiting moderator aproval and let it be seen by the public if they hold it back they are purely concerned about the giveaway and not about the insane risks this product and the unsupported version of Microsoft DotNet Core they are wanting to install on innocent visitors machines.

    TK  –  3 months ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+9)

    TGab, Yes and no, but on the other side your computer is already an open book to Microsoft, Google, Facebook et-al.
    But you're right I never trust programs like this one. If necessary I would prefer to run a dedicated computer/network for the task.
    On the other side, there are lots of alternatives (free and paid) for audio streaming.

    Luis  –  3 months ago  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+7)

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