Reboot Your Router – And Then What? — 4 Comments

  1. Thanks SO much, Lee & FrontDesk! I understand only about a tenth of this, but I take it seriously and will get Peter to help me – or you!

    • The chances of future exploits on Internet connected things are likely. Many of those (like some routers) don’t automatically update their firmware. That is why we need to check our devices for new firmware periodically and if given the option, accept automatic updates. One scary part is how many routers had been infected before this was discovered by security researchers. It makes me wonder what has been compromised but yet to be discovered.

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