Your home router provides wired and wireless Internet connections to devices within your home network. Such devices could include your computer, tablet, smartphone, and even printer. More importantly, your router helps shield your devices from attackers – that is if you’ve properly secured your home router.
While it’s imperative that you secure your router, what if that’s not enough? What if there was a vulnerability within the firmware of the router that could allow an attacker remote control over it?
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