Opinion

Are Hackers Targeting You? 5 Major Ways To Stop Them

By Mike Fishmore | May 30, 2024

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Recent research by the National Institute of Standards and Technology reveals vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi routers, with 209 security flaws identified in 2022. 
 

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These vulnerabilities were highlighted by a hacking incident involving the BlackTech group targeting Cisco routers. 
 

Take immediate action

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If your network is compromised, take immediate action by removing unfamiliar devices, resetting the router, and changing the password. Scan for malware with antivirus software and update router firmware to patch vulnerabilities. Report security breaches to the FBI for necessary actions. These steps help mitigate the impact of hacks and protect your network from further threats.