Your cheap Netgear router might have some serious security flaws — here’s what we know so far

A popular budget-friendly Netgear small business router is vulnerable to half a dozen flaws that could lead to the theft of sensitive information, and possibly even full device takeover, experts have warned. Since the device reached its end-of-life, Netgear is not expected to release any patches for the flaws, so it might be wise to […]

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Overcoming the challenges of indoor 5G

Overcoming the challenges of indoor 5G

  • Jun 11, 2024

We spend a lot of time ensuring our homes and workspaces are comfortable and suitable for our needs. According to the government, in the UK, people spend between 80-90% of their time indoors. This has a direct impact on where mobile data is used, with data from Ericsson indicating that 80% of mobile data is […]

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There’s a secret radio inside Apple’s new Macs and iPads – here’s what it does

We knew that Apple’s latest Macs and iPads were already packed to the gills with the latest chips and components, but it seems there’s also a bonus one that Apple didn’t tell us about – a radio that supports the Thread networking standard. The Verge did some digging in latest reports from the US Federal […]

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Cox fixes modem security flaw that could have affected millions

Modems supplied by Cox Communications were apparently vulnerable to a security flaw that allowed threat actors to steal sensitive user information.  The flaw was discovered by cybersecurity researcher Sam Curry, who shared his findings with Cox and helped plug the hole. Curry explained he found an authorization bypass vulnerability that threat actors could have used […]

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Global botnets are being abused by hackers — and they can even hide all the evidence using ORB networks

Threat actors are constantly evolving their techniques to remain undetected when infiltrating organizations, with new research revealing how persistent groups like Volt Typhoon are evading detection. Mandiant has observed increased usage of operational relay box networks (ORBs) to obscure indicators of compromise (IoC). These ORBs are essentially a botnet made of IoT devices, virtual private […]

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This tiny motherboard plugs in a memory slot and barely bigger than a business card — LattePanda’s minuscule MU packs an N100 CPU, 8GB RAM and can even run an Nvidia GPU

LattePanda has unveiled its latest single board computer, the LattePanda Mu – and although it is barely larger than a business card at a mere 60mm x 69.6mm, the micro x86 compute module is equipped with an Intel N100 CPU with 4 cores.  LattePanda says the Mu, which can run both Windows and compatible Linux […]

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US government warns of D-Link router security flaws — patch now or potentially pay the price

The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added two vulnerabilities, found in some D-Link routers, to its database of Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV), meaning it has evidence of in-the-wild abuse. The two vulnerabilities are tracked as CVE-20214-100005, and CVE-2021-40655. The former is a cross-site request forgery (CSRF) flaw, found in D-Link DIR-600 routers, […]

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VPNs aren’t broken – TunnelVision is being blown out of the water

You may have seen the rumblings about TunnelVision supposedly neutering even the best VPNs. When I first read about it, even I was worried. However, after speaking with VPN and cybersecurity experts, I’ve realized it’s nothing more than sensationalism. Because this technique has been a possibility for over two decades, it caused an immediate ripple […]

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with multi-client tests – MBReviews

with multi-client tests – MBReviews

  • May 03, 2024

This right here is the Zyxel NWA130BE and it’s most likely the main competitor to the Ubiquiti U7 Pro. The NWA130BE is actually the second WiFi 7 access point that Zyxel has made available and yes, it’s less equipped than its older sibling, but my current position is that you should not invest too much […]

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Another new router malware is sniffing around for your login details

Cybersecurity researchers from Black Lotus Labs recently observed a new infection campaign, targeting both enterprise-level and small office/home routers (SOHO) with information-stealing malware.  According to the researchers, the unidentified threat actors are either abusing a zero-day vulnerability, or simply brute-forcing their way into routers, after which they plant a brand new malware variant. This malware, […]

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