Securing your Router Part II

In my last post, I wrote about the risk of not changing the router passwords. Well, if you need one, Bruce Schneier just posted a link to an extensive list of default passwords:

I think that it would be time that router and access point manufacturers think about "secure by default" and start to use settings that make their users secure rather than just make it work... I think a can remember a time, where we had to learn that the hard way. Remember, when our servers (IIS) have been attacked by Code Red and all the servers (webserver or print server or file server or...) was successfully infected....


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