The D-Link DSL-2750B wireless router/DSL modem, distributed by Verizon, is under attack from the Satori Internet-of-Things botnet.
Dangerous malware targets Asus, D-Link, Linksys, Netgear and other routers. You should update the firmware and reset the router. Here's how.
Reset your router, because it may have been infected by Russian hackers. We've got instructions on how to do this.
After years of ignoring its Wi-Fi router hardware, Apple has made it official: the company is discontinuing its AirPort line of products.
82 percent of British broadband users never change their router administrative password, and 48 percent don't know why they should.
If you're worried about the Slingshot malware, you don't really have to be — but it never hurts to update your router, anyway.
At CES 2018, McAfee unveiled its own identity-protection service as well as a partnership with D-Link to protect a smart home.
Some manufacturers have already released patches for software and hardware affected by the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability.
Netgear recently patched a whopping 50 flaws in some of its bestselling routers, but updating your firmware will protect you from them all.
Three more flaws have been disclosed in D-Link home wireless routers. One is already patched, but the other two are still very much a risk.
The D-Link DIR 850L router is rife with flaws, from top to bottom, and the security researcher who found them told the public directly.
Eero unveiled the next generation of its mesh routers, which feature tri-band networking and beefed-up security and parental controls.
Netgear's second-generation Orbi mesh-router system is smaller and cheaper than the original, but nearly as powerful and just as reliable.
Asus has patched some potentially critical bugs for its RT line of routers, but you may have to install the update manually.
Some of the most popular Linksys routers are vulnerable to 10 different exploits, ranging from the trivial to the catastrophic.
TP-Link's Deco M5 mesh-router system matches Google Wifi on prices, but tosses in three years of Trend Micro antivirus protection.
Netgear introduces two new Orbi mesh-router systems that aren't quite as expensive as the $400 flagship model.
F-Secure believes internet access will soon be everywhere, and is offering the Sense security router to protect your digital life.
Owners of 31 different Netgear routers need to check if they're affected by two new exploits, and if so, to fix the routers immediately.
The Deco M5 is TP-Link's attempt at whole-home networking product, though its unclear just how much the disc-shaped router will cost when it arrives in March.
The FTC said D-Link allowed and knew of serious flaws in its cameras and Wi-Fi routers, yet continued to tout the security of its products.
The new Bitdefender Box looks to be what the earlier model isn't -- a stand-alone home Wi-Fi router providing serious network security.
Symantec unveiled the Norton Core, a home Wi-Fi router designed to keep smart-home devices and kids safe from the horrors of the internet.
D-Link's Covr uses an AC2600 dual-band router and AC1300 Wi-Fi Extender to make sure your Wi-Fi network reaches every corner of your home.
New Linksys gaming router automatically detects Killer networking adapters on PCs, optimizes performance accordingly.
Linksys' entry into the mesh router market is Velop, which boasts a triband setup for better performance and a handful of Alexa skills.
A huge, unpatched flaw exists in many of Netgear's top-end Wi-Fi routers. There's no fix yet; you may want to unplug your router.
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