Hackers targeting modem/routers.

friendly_prawn, May 25, 11:23am
If you'rs is son the list you should take action.

Linksys E1200
Linksys E2500
Linksys WRVS4400N
Mikrotik RouterOS for Cloud Core Routers: Versions 1016, 1036, and 1072
Netgear DGN2200
Netgear R6400
Netgear R7000
Netgear R8000
Netgear WNR1000
Netgear WNR2000
QNAP TS439 Pro
Other QNAP NAS devices running QTS software
TP-Link R600VPN


king1, May 25, 2:33pm
At the risk of creating another flame war, I remember a thread a while back where the proliferation of linux on network/routing devices was touted as an example of linux's superiority. I wonder what the linux fanboys have to say about this? From the article it seems like their perfect world is crashing down around them.

event_horizon_1, May 25, 2:57pm
He will probably blame Microsoft, Windows or the "onehunglow" crowd.

black-heart, May 25, 5:16pm
Reads like not changing the default password plays a role. As does enabling remote management, you can't make any OS secure without at least changing publicly known passwords.

vtecintegra, May 25, 6:01pm
Trouble is some of these devices have hardcoded admin accounts that cannot be disabled.

Similar to the debacle with 'security' cameras.

jcmp21, May 25, 7:03pm
I don't have any routers as kids, so all good here.

w.o.p, Nov 21, 5:06am
hahahahaha. no issues with my one!

this is where i got it from


im using my ones everything and it makes a joke of everything on the market today! plus ive gained speed from stopping so much crap

Wish i brought one sooner

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