Flaw in common hotel router threatens guests’ devices
Corporate travelers should be warned that a Wi-Fi router commonly used in hotels is easily compromised, putting guests passwords at risk and opening up their computers to malware infections and direct attacks.
The good news is that there is a patch for the flaw, but there is no guarantee affected hotels will install it right away.
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Cylance, a security vendor whose research team found the problem, says 277 InnGate routers in 29 countries are affected. The routers are made by ANTLabs.