Researchers have discovered that malware dubbed VPNFilter affects many more brands of routers than first thought, adding six more names to the list they enumerated on 23 May. They have also found that it can deliver exploits to endpoints.
Networking equipment maker Netgear has advised users of its routers to ensure they are running the latest firmware in the wake of reports that malware known as VPNFilter has infected nearly 500,000 devices in 54 countries.
Promising complete Wi-Fi coverage for the home, as well as comprehensive security, the Wi-Fi wars are hotting up with the next generation of wireless connectivity.
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Sounds like self-serving bullshit to me.
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self evident fallacious arguments indeed
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