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Serious Vulnerabilities Found in Popular Home Wireless Routers
Hackers love to attack Java. Why? Well, not only because it is full of holes, but because it’s everywhere, embedded on endpoints, Web browsers, mobile devices and more. The same goes for attacking wireless routers; they’re buggy and they’re everywhere.
A handful of vulnerabilities were identified late last week in the Cisco Linksys EA2700 Network Manager N600 Wireless-N routers, which has been on the market a little more than a year, and is a popular choice not only for home users, but for small businesses.
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