Virgin Media rushes to patch security flaw in Super Hub routers

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Virgin Media rushes to patch security flaw in Super Hub routers
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Virgin Media rushes to patch security flaw in Super Hub routers

One encryption key to rule all routers clearly a bad idea

Virgin Media has rushed to patch its Super Hub routers after researchers uncovered a major security flaw that could enable attackers to gain administrative access to the devices. Researchers from Context...

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