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QNAP Urged customers to disable UPnP Port on their Routers

In order to forward the ports that are in use from one device to another device on a network Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) Port forwarding was introduced. This feature automatically forwards the ports from on device to another with only one change in setting. No additional configuration was required.

Nine WiFi routers used by millions were vulnerable to 226 flaws

Security researchers analyzed nine popular WiFi routers and found a total of 226 potential vulnerabilities in them, even when running the latest firmware.

6M Sky Routers Left Exposed to Attack for Nearly 1.5 Years

Pen Test Partners didn't disclose the vulnerability after 90 days because it knew ISPs were struggling with a pandemic-increased network load as work from home became the new norm.

Cisco Plugs Security Hole in Small Business Routers

The Cisco security vulnerability exists in the RV132W ADSL2+ Wireless-N VPN Routers and RV134W VDSL2 Wireless-AC VPN Routers.

ASUS Home Router Bugs Open Consumers to Snooping Attacks

A pair of flaws in ASUS routers for the home could allow an attacker to compromise the devices – and eavesdrop on all of the traffic and data that flows through them. The bugs are specifically found in the RT-AC1900P whole-home Wi-Fi model, within the router’s firmware update functionality.

New wave of attacks aiming to rope home routers into IoT botnets

A Trend Micro research is warning consumers of a major new wave of attacks attempting to compromise their home routers for use in IoT botnets.

127 Popular Home Routers found to contain critical security flaws

Common home routers and devices from Netgear, Linksys, D-Link and others contain serious security vulnerabilities that even updates don’t fix.

79 Netgear Router Models Vulnerable Due To An Unpatched Flaw

79 Netgear Router Models Vulnerable Due To An Unpatched Flaw

6 New Critical Vulnerabilities Found in D-Link Routers

Security experts identified 6 new vulnerabilities in the DIR-865L model of D-Link routers, which allows the attackers to launch cyberattacks remotely.

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