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Cybersecurity researchers showed that nine popular WiFi routers showed signs of vulnerability to security breach attacks.
Cybersecurity researchers just published a study that found they found more than 200 bugs in WiFi routers made by nine well-known companies.
The results suggest that thousands, if not millions, of the most popular router manufacturers around the world have WLAN vulnerabilities that can lead to worrying security breaches.
Researchers from IoT Inspector and the German IT magazine CHIP have rated some of the most popular routers such as Asus, AVM, D-Link, Netgear, Edimax, TP-Link, Synology and Linksys. During the investigation, they found a total of 226 potential security gaps in the WLAN.
The IoT Inspector’s chief technology officer, Florian Lukavsky, addressed the appalling results, saying: “The test met all expectations of safe …