Secure your router

Your home router is vulnerable to attacks as soon as you take it out of the box.

Basic security

Disable UPnP and change the usernames and admin-passwords, don’t enable remote access and don’t use default IP ranges.

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Router vulnerabilities

A critical security vulnerability in a router allows a remote attacker to take full control of the router’s configuration settings, or one that allows a local attacker to bypass authentication and take control. This control allows an attacker to intercept and modify network traffic as it enters and leaves the network.

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Router malware

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Router backdoors

As if it is not enough that the NSA intercepts and spies on our email, phonecall, bank and credit card transactions, and other communications, the NSA actually intercepts, i.e., hijacks, computers before they reach location, to install backdoors.

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Flash your router

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