Category: General Info

Announcing RouterCheck Support

RouterCheck, the system that helps you find security problems with your home router has an exciting new feature: RouterCheck Support. RouterCheck Support is fully integrated into the RouterCheck app, and helps you fix the problems that RouterCheck has identified for your home network. It addresses an issue that many of our users have identified: once […]

The RouterCheck Beta is now Open

We’re very happy to announce that RouterCheck, the application that helps consumers assess their home network’s security, is now open to the public. No longer will you need an invitation to download and run RouterCheck, everyone is now invited. RouterCheck represents a new security solution to a growing problem. Many people are now concerned with […]

Hacking Routers: Ready, Set, GO!

DefCon 22 is set to open today in Las Vegas, and that can only mean one thing: the contest for hacking routers, also known as SOHOpelessly Broken is set to begin. This contest, co-sponsored by the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Independent Security Evaluators is set to pit the world’s greatest router hackers against each other […]

Article from PC Pro

Nicole Kobie writing for British computer magazine PC Pro has a great article about the dangers of home routers and the security issues that they cause. Articles like this are important as they’re able to inform more people as to the problems that they may encounter. A few interesting highlights: Attacks are happening with more […]

Article in USA Today

Bravo to Kim Komando and USA Today for publishing a great article on the dangers of home routers. No huge insights or surprises, but it’s good to see that the message is being taken to a wide audience of people who might otherwise would not be aware of the issues.