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A recent study of more than 100 consumer-grade routers from seven, mostly large vendors has found that nearly all tested routers are affected by scores of unpatched and often severe security flaws that leave the devices – and their users – at risk of cyberattacks. “[T]here is not a single device without known critical vulnerabilities,” […]

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More than 20 Linksys router models are vulnerable to attacks that allow a third party to reboot, lock out and extract sensitive router data from affected devices. According to IOActive, impacted routers include some of its latest Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Router brands, specifically the EA and WRT series. There is currently no fix for the flaws, however there are measures users can take to mitigate risk.

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Last week at Kaspersky Lab’s Security Analyst Summit (the SAS), there was a lot of cool research that made you think. Although a lot of talks centered on deep APT research and threats to businesses, there were a few sessions where consumer security was shown to be at risk as well. One such talk was […]

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