Asus, Linksys Router Exploits Tell Us Home Networking is the Vulnerability Story of 2014

    Date19 Feb 2014
    CategoryHacks/Cracks
    4455
    Posted ByAlex
    If you're using network-attached storage, video surveillance equipment, or remote router management software, beware of dodgy firmware--it's become ground zero for hacker exploits, as recent debacles with Asus and Linksys routers emphatically illustrate. The message is clear: In 2014, vulnerable routers, NAS boxes, and other connected devices are leaving our home networks wide open to attack.
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