Virgin Media warns 800,000 customers to change their WiFi router passwords

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Virgin Media warns 800,000 customers to change their WiFi router passwords
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Virgin Media warns 800,000 customers to change their WiFi router passwords

Super Hub 2 routers have weak default passwords that are easy to crack

Virgin Media is advising its 864,000 users of the older Hub 2 router to change their passwords. The move follows a report by consumer group Which? in which security researchers were able to easily hack...

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