Oh Britain. Worried your routers will be hacked, but won't touch the admin settings

Survey shows people don’t act on insecure wireless routers.

John Leyden

Recent Mirai-style attacks against home broadband routers have had some effect but the majority of users have failed to act.

A survey of 2,000 broadband users found the majority (53 per cent) have not changed the Wi-Fi password and other default settings, potentially opening themselves up to attack.

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Source: http://www.theregister.co.uk