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    Vulnerabilities in some Netgear router

    You can read the whole article here;http://www.computerworld.com/s/artic...5&pageNumber=1
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    I never allow remote administration of my router; I have absolutely no need for that.

    Hopefully I don't have a secretly tech-savvy neighbor who is also a hacker, who might try to hack in via my wifi.

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