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  1. MediaTek announces T750 chipset for 5G fixed wireless access routers Today, MediaTek is announcing its latest 5G chipset, the T750. But unlike other 5G chipsets that we've covered, this one isn't made for phones. It's designed to be used in fixed wireless access routers and mobile hotspots. In other words, this is the type of thing that you can use to get a 5G home Wi-Fi network set up. "Pervasive high-speed broadband connectivity is becoming more important with the increase in connected devices and the surge of people working from home, taking online classe
  2. A good router is very important if you play games on your Xbox One, especially if you enjoy playing a lot of multiplayer. The market on gaming-focused routers is pretty huge, but we've narrowed it down to what we think are the best ones available. Luxury option ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AC5300 Out of all of the routers out there, the best of the best is the ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AC5300. Equipped with eight large antennas, a quad-core processor, a wide array of USB and wired connection ports, and more, the ASUS ROG Rapture is truly a beast that will give you lig
  3. Cisco fixes previously issued flawed patches for routers Cisco fixed two flawed patches for its RV320 and RV325 small business routers, while also revealing two medium-rated additional vulnerabilities. The previously patched vulnerabilities, CVE-2019-1652 and CVE-2019-1653, were improperly patched in September 2018. If it is exploited a remote attacker would be able to inject and run admin commands on a device without a password and to get sensitive device configuration details without a password, respectively. Cisco place
  4. The world of connected consumer electronics, IoT, and smart devices is growing faster than ever with tens of billions of connected devices streaming and sharing data wirelessly over the Internet, but how secure is it? As we connect everything from coffee maker to front-door locks and cars to the Internet, we're creating more potential—and possibly more dangerous—ways for hackers to wreak havoc. Believe me, there are over 100 ways a hacker can ruin your life just by compromising your wireless router—a device that controls the traffic between your local network and t
  5. Wi-Fi 6 routers: the best Wi-Fi 6 routers you can buy in 2019 Wi-Fi 6 is here (Image credit: Asus) Just when we were getting used to Wireless-AC, there's a new standard creeping its way onto the market. Thankfully, the Wi-Fi Alliance has realized how confusing the 802.11b/g/n/ac/ax nomenclature is for consumers. So, now you'll be looking for the best Wi-Fi 6 router instead of trying to figure out what random letter combination is the latest and greatest. So what's Wi-Fi 6, and why should you care? Well, W
  6. Internet routers running Tomato are under attack by notorious crime gang The Muhstik botnet has targeted other IoT devices. Now it's attacking Tomato routers. Enlarge advancedtomato.com Internet routers running the Tomato alternative firmware are under active attack by a self-propagating exploit that searches for devices using default credentials. When credentials are found and remote administration has been turned on, the exploit then makes the routers part of a botnet that’s used in a host of online attacks, researchers sa
  7. SPOOFED SITE! — Website drive-by attacks on routers are alive and well. Here’s what to do Researchers detect 4.6 million attempts over 2 months in Brazil alone. D-Link's DI-514 802.11b router. It was a perfectly cromulent router for its time... but those were dark days, friend, dark days indeed. source unclear, GNU Free Documentation License. Website drive-by attacks that try to booby trap visitors’ routers are alive and well, according to antivirus prov
  8. Windscribe VPN 1.81 Build 42 / 41 Stable Internet As It Should Be Windscribe is a desktop application and browser extension that work together to block ads and trackers, restore access to blocked content and help you safeguard your privacy online. Learn More. https://assets.windscribe.com/video/windscribe_explainer_480p.mp4 What's New: https://blog.windscribe.com/windscribe-1-81-beta-changelog-b9c557906d60 We’ve been working on this version for quite a while, existing installations should prompt you to update the app
  9. Several botnet operators are targeting a popular but vulnerable fiber router, which can be easily hijacked thanks to two authentication bypass and command injection bugs. ZDNet first reported the bugs last week. In case you missed it: two bugs allowed anyone to bypass the router's login page and access pages within -- simply by adding "?images/" to the end of the web address on any of the router's configuration pages. With near complete access to the router, an attacker can inject their own commands, running with the highest "root" privileges. In other words, these rout
  10. Security researchers have found a backdoor account in the firmware of D-Link DIR-620 routers that allows hackers to take over any device reachable via the Internet. Discovered by Kaspersky Lab researchers, this backdoor grants an attacker access to the device's web panel, and there's no way in which device owners can disable this secret account. The only way to protect devices from getting hacked is to avoid having the router expose its admin panel on the WAN interface, and hence, reachable from anywhere on the Internet. To prevent abuse, Kaspersky researcher
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