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VPNFilter hits more networking devices: ASUS, D-Link, Huawei amongst those affected
ASUS, D-Link, Huawei, Ubiquiti, Upvel, and ZTE home networking devices and NAS devices join Linksys, Microtik, Netgear, QNAP, and TP-Link.
08 Jun 2018
VPNFilter malware enslaving home networking devices worldwide
A malware called VPNFilter is quickly becoming the security emergency of the year as the number of infections rises & few ways to defend against it.
25 May 2018
Hands on review: Linksys WRT32X Gaming Router
Linksys' WRT32X Gaming Router boasts superior performance for discerning gamers. FutureFive's Darren Price takes a look.
12 Mar 2018
Hands-on review: Linksys AC2600 Max-Stream MU-Mimo
The AC2600 is a winner for homes with a large collection of Wi-Fi connected widgets.
13 Nov 2015
Hands-on review: Linksys Max-Stream AC2600 MU-MIMO Gigabit Wi-Fi Router
The EA8500 is a router designed for today’s crowded skies, delivering top notch performance especially across the 5GHz band.
16 Oct 2015
Hands-on review: Linksys Access Point 1750 Pro
Overall a great product which I could see being very successful in Australian and New Zealand small and medium businesses.
17 Sep 2015
No sex, just Wi-Fi please
New research has found wireless internet access is ranked second on the things people can't live without, behind food and ahead of smartphones and sex
17 Aug 2015
Exeed announces Linksys distribution
Exeed becomes distributor for Linksys, covering a range of home networking products includes Smart Wi-Fi Routers, range extenders, bridges, adapters, gateways, switches, and access points.
21 Oct 2013
Cisco launches Linksys program for partners
New home networking channel program offers education, marketing tools and financial rewards to Linksys channel partners.
08 Nov 2012
Cisco refreshes consumer range
E-series upgraded, 'all in one solution' launched
31 Aug 2011
Review: Linksys WRT610N Wireless Router
The Linksys WRT610N Wireless Router features support for both the Macintosh OS and Windows and can be used as a standalone router, or you can piggyback this router off an existing router already on your network.
01 Nov 2008