ESET has tested more than 12,000 home routers of users who agreed to share their data anonymously for statistical purposes. The results prove that 15% of the tested routers used weak passwords, with “admin” left as the username in most cases. During the test, common default usernames and passwords, as well as some frequently used combinations, were tested. It’s disturbing that more than one in seven of such simple simulated attacks was successful.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: We Live Security