TP-Link unveils 802.11ad Talon AD7200 router at CES 2016
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7200Mbps over 2.4GHz, 5GHz and 60GHz

TP-Link brought the world's first 802.11ad WiGig router to CES 2016 show floor, the TP-Link Talon AD7200, which looks rather interesting with its eight foldable antennas.

Broadcom takes pressure off the CPU
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Puts 64-bit quad-core on the router

Broadcom announced a 64-bit quad-core processor for high-end routers which is being geared for enterprises and smart-homes.

Two backdoors in Juniper routers
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Copied Cisco

Someone has quietly installed backdoors three years ago in a core piece of networking equipment used to protect corporate and government systems around the world.

Arris modem backdoor have a backdoor
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Because you can never have too many doors

While government spooks are trying to lean on manufactures to provide backdoors, Arris has gone one further and provided its backdoor with a backdoor.

The world needs open source routers
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It is safer that everyone knows 

 Security experts in the US are asking the government to insist that router code be made open source.

Intel pounces on better bandwidth router chips
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Puma 7 lands on its paws

Intel has released its new Puma 7 DOCSIS 3.1 chip and while router chips are normally a bit of a yawn this one could lead to multi-gigabit cable modems.

ASUS unveils the new RT-AC5300 router
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Crazy looking flagship router

During IFA 2015 show in Berlin, ASUS has unveiled a rather crazy looking high-end router, the RT-AC5300.

Cisco fixes  three security holes
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Allow US government snooping

Cisco has released a security advisory warning of SSH problems in three of its enterprise products which sound to us like a jolly good way for US spooks to snuffle corporate data.

D-Link says sorry for being rubbish
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Router Security is pants

D-Link has said sorry to its customers for an on-going security issue with many of its routers.

Router malware injects porn into webpages
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That is our excuse and we are sticking to it

If your boss gets upset with you for watching porn at work you should immediately blame his routers.