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My WiFi Router

My WIFI Router, a free virtual WiFi router software, can convert your Windows XP, 7 & 8 laptop/PC into a WiFi Hotspot with one click....

December 2, 2014 By TX Network ( Hong Kong )

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Open source software projects, such as that behind Vyatta's network virtualization technology, are typically the product of a very creative community.  Not only do community members develop interesting technology (see Vyatta - changing the world of routers, firewalls and VPNs and Vyatta Open Source Routing and Security Software), they often demonstrate creativity in many other ways.

May 25, 2009 by

AgataSoft PingMaster Pro

A single bottle-neck or other apparently minor issue, even in a more obscure section of your network, can greatly influence the performance...

July 1, 2014 By AgataSoft

Cisco IOS patch day covers multiple vulnerabilities

Cisco has shipped a batch of patches to cover multiple vulnerabilities affecting IOS, the software that powers the vast majority of Cisco's routers and switches.In all, the company released 8 separate advisories with warnings for information disclosure, privilege escalation, denial-of-service vulnerabilities.

March 25, 2009 by

Open source can also close markets

Sputnik, which produces software which makes WiFi proprietary, which they call "venue-branded, access-controlled Wi-Fi networks," is now out with a version that supports the Netgear Open Source Wireless-G Router WRG614L.

February 2, 2009 by

Winhotspot WiFi Router

Winhotspot is virtual WiFi hotspot/Router software to share internet from your windows 7 or windows 8 devices to smart phone. It has...

March 12, 2014 By Winhotspot

Cisco mega patch plugs serious IOS vulnerabilities

Today is a very busy patch day for network administrations managing Cisco gear.The networking giant released a whopping 12 bulletins with fixes for a wide range of security vulnerabilities in IOS, the underlying software that powers routers and network switches.

September 24, 2008 by

Cisco confirms possibility of IOS rootkits

On the heels of an EUSecWest conference presentation on malicious rootkits for Cisco IOS (see background), Cisco's security response team has published a must-read document confirming that stealthy malware can be loaded on the software used on the vast majority of its routers and network switches.Cisco warns:It is possible that an attacker could insert malicious code into a Cisco IOS software image and load it onto a Cisco device that supports that image.

May 27, 2008 by

Security Researcher to release Cisco rootkit at EUSecWest

According to good friend Robert McMillan of IDG News, Sebastian Muniz, a researcher with Core Security Technologies, has developed malicious rootkit software for Cisco's routers, which he will release on May 22 at the EuSecWest conference in London. This will mark the first time (at least publicly) that someone has released a rootkit written for the Cisco IOS.

May 14, 2008 by

Psst. Want to know everything on your network?

What Chris Waters calls Project Wishbone is based on RogueScanner, a scanning tool originally created to find viruses and other rogue programs. Now the GPL software is being adapted to detect everything on your network -- hardware, software, switches, routers, the lot.

July 22, 2007 by

Billion Electric BiGuard S10

This is a good choice for small companies looking to replace an internet router with a device that also supports SSL VPN remote access. However, it fails to stand out in the crowded SSL market.

November 22, 2006 by

AlwaysOn: Securing the Internet

George Gilder revisited his trope about all optical networks, with software hardening at the center and trusted platform hardware softening at the edges, during his panel on securing the Intenet at the AlwaysOn Stanford Summit. "Moving security all the way to the edge seems to me to be a better solution than giant routers in the center of the network," Gilder said.

July 27, 2006 by

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