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A sampling of networking gear from CES: TP-Link goes Wi-Fi 6, D-Link goes 5G

January 10th, 2019
The Deco X10.

Enlarge / TP-Link's Deco X10 Wi-Fi 6 mesh product. (credit: TP-Link)

The halls of CES might be filled with voice assistants and OLED televisions, but few things make a bigger impact on your day-to-day experience with technology than your networking solution. And there were a bunch of announcements on that front this year.

5GHz routers, smart home, and mesh Wi-Fi systems are where most of the movement is, and many companies like D-Link and TP-Link are offering similar options—but of course, each has its own unique value propositions.

To get a sense of the landscape for home and office networking products (the consumer ones, mind you), let's look at what those two companies showed at CES this year.

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News in brief: D-Link vulnerabilities; SHA-1 woe; MySQL hacks

February 27th, 2017

Your daily round-up of some of the other stories in the news

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FTC: D-Link Failed to Secure Routers, IP Cameras

January 5th, 2017

The FTC alleged Thursday that D-Link neglected to adequately secure its wireless routers and IP cameras, putting its consumers at risk.

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Flaw In D-Link Software Affects 400K Devices

July 8th, 2016

In-brief: A vulnerability in software by device maker D-Link is much more widespread than initially believed, affecting hundreds of thousands of Internet connected devices, including cameras, home routers, wireless access points and network attached storage. A vulnerability in software by device maker D-Link is much more widespread than initially believed, affecting hundreds of thousands of Internet connected devices, including cameras, home routers, wireless access points and network attached storage. The security firm Senrio said on Thursday that a vulnerability it first disclosed in June in D-Link’s DCS-930L Network Cloud Camera also affects “a huge range of products” made by that company. More than 120 models across Connected Home Products, including cameras, routers, access points, modems, and storage, are affected by this single vulnerability, Senrio said in a statement. As many as 400,000 D-Link devices that are accessible from the public Internet are vulnerable to remote attack as a result of the remote code […]

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D-Link Wi-Fi Camera Flaw Extends to 120 Products

July 7th, 2016

A software component that exposed D-Link Wi-Fi cameras to remote attacks is also used in more than 120 other products sold by the company.

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Slew of Vulnerabilities Found in D-Link Storage Devices

June 1st, 2015

Researchers have identified dozens of vulnerabilities in several D-Link products, some of which allow attackers to bypass authentication requirements or upload arbitrary files to target devices. The vulnerabilities lie in a variety of D-Link network storage devices and the company has produced updated firmware to address some of the problems. Researchers at Search-Lab discovered the […]

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Details Surface on Unpatched KCodes NetUSB Bug

May 19th, 2015

KCodes NetUSB, a Linux kernel module that provides USB services over IP, contains unpatched vulnerabilities according to an alert from CERT/CC and Sec Consult

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D-Link Patches Two Remotely Exploitable Bugs in Firmware

March 16th, 2015

Router company D-Link has patched two separate vulnerabilities in its firmware that could be exploited remotely and lead to takeover and arbitrary code execution. Routers under the DCS-93xl umbrella, including the DCS-930L, DCS-931L, DCS-932L, and DCS-933L models, contain a hole that enabled remote authenticated attackers to upload their own files – in the location of […]

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D-Link patches critical router flaws, says more fixes to come

March 4th, 2015

D-Link has taken action over three serious vulnerabilities discovered in several of its home routers, and it’s promising more fixes next week.

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D-Link Routers Haunted by Remote Command Injection Bug

March 2nd, 2015

Some D-Link routers contain a vulnerability that leaves them open to remote attacks that can give an attacker root access, allow DNS hijacking and other attacks. The vulnerability affects affects a number of D-Link’s home routers and the key details of the flaw have been made public by one of the researchers who discovered it. […]

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