• Router malware may be white hat security vigilantism

    An unknown source is infecting thousands of routers with malware not to intentionally cause harm, but apparently as an act of white hat security vigilantism to make the routers safer.

    mheller1,255 pointsBadges:
  • What do you think of white hat vigilantism?

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  • Is router malware one of your enterprise’s security concerns?

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  • Enterprise router buyer’s guide

    This tip provides a concise buyer's guide to companies and their products that compete in the enterprise and branch office routing arena, along with brief descriptions of those products and links to help you dig more deeply into something that might catch your interest.

    Ed Tittel6,125 pointsBadges:
  • ICYMI: Ethernet market hits $5.8B mark in Q2

    IDC says the Ethernet switch and router market remains healthy; retailers are ready to spend on IoT.

    Chuck Moozakis615 pointsBadges:
  • Rapid7 calls on router makers to eliminate backdoors

    Until manufacturers stop using default passwords, we will continue to see opportunistic attacks on home and small business routers, says Rapid7's Tod Beardsley

    WAshford4,110 pointsBadges:
  • Up to half of home and small business internet users at risk from router bug

    An estimated 50% of home internet users are at risk from a bug affecting their routers

    CSaran1,310 pointsBadges:
  • Juniper introduces peering router for content providers

    Juniper Networks has introduced a compact peering router aimed at service providers looking to speed up content delivery.

    AntoneGonsalves1,375 pointsBadges:
  • How can the Misfortune Cookie router vulnerability be avoided?

    While the Misfortune Cookie router flaw can only be fixed by hardware vendors, there are several things enterprises can do to minimize the impact of such a vulnerability. Expert Kevin Beaver explains.

    Kevin Beaver19,520 pointsBadges:
  • NetUSB router vulnerability puts devices in jeopardy

    A newly discovered router vulnerability could leave millions of connected devices open to denial-of-service attacks and remote code execution.

    MTamarov315 pointsBadges:

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