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WikiLeaks Vault 7: CIA can hack D-Link, Belkin and Linksys routers
https://betanews.com/2017/06/16/wikileak...ryblossom/    WikiLeaks Vault 7: CherryBlossom files show CIA can hack D-Link, Belkin and Linksys routers into listening devices

By Mark WilsonPublished 1 day ago   Wikileaks has released a batch of documents from the middle of 2012 revealing details of the CIA's CherryBlossom project. A joint venture with the Stanford Research Institute, the CherryBlossom files show how the agency can take remote control of routers and other networking de
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Sophisticated malware attacks through routers
[quote]Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab have discovered what's likely to be another state-sponsored malware strain, and this one is more advanced than most. Nicknamed Slingshot, the code spies on PCs through a multi-layer attack that targets MikroTik routers. It first replaces a library file with a malicious version that downloads other malicious components, and then launches a clever two-pronged attack on the computers themselves. One, Canhadr, runs low-level kernel code that effectively g
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US, UK warn of Russian hackers targeting millions of routers
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Russian spies are looking for vulnerabilities in routers for future attacks. Officials are urging people, and device makers, to take security measures.

Russian hackers are targeting millions of routers around the world, including devices in homes and offices, according to US and UK officials.

In a joint announcement Monday from the US Department of Homeland Security, the FBI and the UK's National Cyber Security Center, officials wa
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Magecart Group Targets Routers Behind Public Wi-Fi Networks
[quote]A faction of the Magecart threat group is testing code that targets routers used to provide free or paid Wi-Fi services in public spaces and hotels. If successful, attackers would able to compromise these commercial-grade routers and be able to siphon payment data of users joining Wi-Fi networks at airports, coffee shops, hotels and other public facilities.

Researchers said they have found evidence that Magecart Group 5 (MG5) – one of several groups operating under the Magecart umbrell
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Best routers for 2020 for newbies, advanced users and the everyman
[quote] You consider yourself an advanced or general user? A newbie, maybe? No matter. Whoever you are, CNET editor Dong Ngo suggests a router that will work best for you.

If you happen to be on a quest for the best Wi-Fi router, you have arrived at the right post.
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Most Popular Home Routers Have ‘Critical’ Flaws
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Most Popular Home Routers Have ‘Critical’ Flaws
[quote]Common devices from Netgear, Linksys, D-Link and others contain serious security vulnerabilities that even updates don’t fix.

A security review of 127 popular home routers found most contained at least one critical security flaw, according to researchers.

The “Home Router Security Report” (PDF) by Peter Weidenbach and Johannes vom Dorp—both from the German think tank Fraunhofer Institute–found that not only did all of the routers they examined have flaws, many “are affected by hundr
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How to find vulnerabilities in routers
How to find vulnerabilities in routers

Consumer-grade routers have always been criticized for their unreliability, but the high price tag does not guarantee high security. In December last year, Check Point specialists discovered over 12 million routers (including top models) and DSL modems that could be hacked due to a vulnerability in the mechanism for obtaining automatic settings.

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Multiple security flaws let hackers infiltrate D-Link routers
Five major vulnerabilities have been discovered affecting D-Link routers by cybersecurity researchers working as part of Trustwave’s SpiderLabs team. 
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ExpressVPN for Routers: Introducing Device Groups
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Getting ExpressVPN on your home router gives you VPN coverage on all the devices in your network. And now you can connect those devices to different VPN locations, thanks to Device