Researchers Found Present Wi-Fi Routers Come With Flaws And Reveal Password

Researchers Found Present Wi-Fi Routers Come With Flaws And Reveal Password

Wireless routers are an ideal target for cyber criminals. If the attackers gain control of a router, they can monitor, redirect, block or otherwise tamper with a wide range of online activities. Lately, researchers have found that most of the present Wi-Fi routers in the market come with various kinds of flaws that can reveal password!

By On August 12, 2014 Respond
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Apple Introduced AirPort Express Base Station

Apple Introduced AirPort Express Base Station

Apple has introduced a AirPort Express Base Station at WWDC 2012 in San Francisco which is featuring dual-band 802.11n Wi-Fi. With new design, users can set up wireless network quickly and easily by using iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, or PC. Users can also able to create a network just for guests. This devices is made by Apple’s latest wireless technology. By using AirPort Express Base Station, users can stream music and print from any room in the house. It is now available at Apple Store for $99.

By On June 12, 2012 Respond
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Wi-Fi Protected Setup Design Flaw Affecting Millions Of Wireless Routers

Wi-Fi Protected Setup Design Flaw Affecting Millions Of Wireless Routers

Most modern routers who uses design flaws in the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) could easily retrieve a wireless network’s password through brute force and leave it open to attack. Stefan Viehböck at first brought the issue to light by security researcher and has since prompted a vulnerability notice from the United States Computer Emergency Readiness […]

By On December 31, 2011 Respond
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Belkin N-Series Wireless Routers

Belkin N-Series Wireless Routers

Belkin repackages old wireless routers for its new N-series lineup and connect more devices in more locations with belkin’s new line of high-performance routers.This new exclusive technology delivers faster speeds and fuller coverage for PCs, tablets, smartphones, TVs and gaming consoles and also the MultiBeam range-extending technology seems to be just a fancy name for MIMO………..

By On April 28, 2011 Respond
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