Some NETGEAR routers require firmware update to fix security issue

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Here's a heads-up for anyone using a NETGEAR router: NETGEAR recently announced an issue that could affect the security ofyour router admin password, making your router vulnerable to unauthorizedaccess.

 The fix for the issue is a firmware upgrade, which usuallyonly takes 3-5 minutes to complete. Visit this NETGEAR help article for moreinformation about affected routers and instructions on how to update yourfirmware. If you believe you have an affected router or if you need moreinformation, contact NETGEAR at 1 (888) 638-4327.

Please note that Exede agents do not offer support forthird-party routers.

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Alex, Viasat Corporate Communications

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Deku (The #1 Hero Data Saver)

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thanks for the heads up :3 ive checked to see if my router needed an update but everything seems fine. no update required :3 also ive putted a password onto my router so therefore no one STEALS my wifi :3 (cause that leeching off someone that has wifi but no password and also they aint paying the bill but i am.)