Tag: D-Link


D-Link agrees to new security monitoring to settle FTC charges

July 3, 2019

Via: ArsTechnica

Router and webcam maker D-Link has agreed to implement a new security program to settle charges it failed to safeguard its hardware against well-known and preventable hacks and misrepresented its existing security regimen. Tuesday’s agreement settles a 2017 complaint by […]

Networking & Wireless, Tech

A sampling of networking gear from CES: TP-Link goes Wi-Fi 6, D-Link goes 5G

January 10, 2019

Via: ArsTechnica

The halls of CES might be filled with voice assistants and OLED televisions, but few things make a bigger impact on your day-to-day experience with technology than your networking solution. And there were a bunch of announcements on that front […]


Researcher discloses 10 D-Link zero-day router flaws

September 11, 2017

Via: ZDnet

When a zero-day vulnerability becomes public, of which by its nature no patches or fixes are available at the time, one is enough for vendors to come to terms with in order to rapidly devise a solution. D-Link now has […]

Networking & Wireless, Tech

D-Link Calls The FTC’s Router And IP Camera Security Allegations ‘Baseless’

January 9, 2017

Via: CRN

Networking vendor D-Link, which this week was sued by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over alleged security issues in its routers and IP cameras, blasted the FTC for insinuating potential security issues rather than pointing out specific instances where […]


D-Link camera can be hijacked to become a spy-cam

June 9, 2016

Via: CIO

D-Link is working to fix a weakness that allows attackers to take over remote control of one of its cameras so they can eavesdrop, and the company is checking whether others of its products have similar vulnerabilities. The vulnerability allows […]