https://www.bryley.com/wp-content/uploads/logo-340-300x79.png 0 0 Gavin Livingstone https://www.bryley.com/wp-content/uploads/logo-340-300x79.png Gavin Livingstone2013-07-09 10:08:072018-07-03 11:28:44Security concern with popular, home-based, Internet routers
Security concern with popular, home-based, Internet routers
Independent Security Evaluators, a Baltimore-based security firm, stated that 13 Internet routers sold for home use were vulnerable to attack if the hacker had network access and could obtain the username and password of the router. These routers include:
- Linksys WRT310v2
- Netgear’s WNDR4700
- TP-Link’s WR1043N
- Verizon’s FiOS Actiontec MI424WR-GEN3I
- D-Link’s DIR865L
- Belkin’s N300, N900 and F5D8236-4 v2 models
- Check to see if your home-based Internet modem/router is named above. If so, check with the manufacturer to ensure that all security updates have been applied.
- Change the login credentials using a complex password. (Please review the article “Simple passwords = disaster” in our January 2013 Bryley Tips and Information.)
ComputerWorld.com — Popular Home Routers Contain Critical Security Vulnerabilities has the full story by Jeremy Kirk at ComputerWorld.