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June 17: A large revision to the Guest Network section of the Pepwave Surf SOHO router page
June 10: Updated the bugs page with flaws in multiple old WiMAX routers.
June 7: Updated Turris Omnia info on the Resources page.
June 6: Updated the bugs page with details of flaws in Peplink Balance routers running firmware 7.0.0.
June 6: Updated the home page to add that I will be speaking about Router Security at the O'Reilly Security Conference.
June 5: Updated the DNS server section of the Test Your Router page with revised comments and added the ExpressVPN tester.
June 2: Dojo was finally released. Updated the Resources page with the latest info.
May 31: Updated Resources page to note that myopenrouter.com is a great match for open source firmware on Netgear routers.
May 23: Big revision to the Guest Network section of the Pepwave Surf SOHO router page
May 14: Minor improvement to the Pepwave Surf SOHO router page explanation of current bandwidth reports.
May 8: Minor changes to the Tester page. Added my blog about my Google Wifi router updating its firmware to the Google Wifi page and the Resources page. Added info on current bandwidth display to Pepwave Surf SOHO page.
May 5: Added info on the Pepwave Surf SOHO sending emails to notify about errors.
May 4: Added lots of bugs to the bugs page. Also added item 30 the security checklist page, that it may be best to avoid Asus routers with Trend Micro software included as part of the firmware.
April 27: Big update to the WPS page with details on which mesh routers support WPS and which do not. Also, added a bug in cable modems using the Intel Puma 6 chipset to the bugs page. And, the bugs page was getting pretty big, so bugs from 2015 no longer display by default.
April 26: Removed the Routers 4 Dummies page and replaced it with a new Mesh Routers page. Roughly the same topic, but greatly revised content.
April 26: Two updates to the Firmware self-updating page. A note from Eero about how quickly they roll out firmware updates and a claim by Google to have a single web page with their full firmware release history.
April 24: Added a new Site Index page
April 21: More bugs, ten to be exact, in 25 different Linksys routers added to the bugs page
April 11: Added bugs in four different travel routers to the bugs page.
March 30: Lots of updates to the WPS page.
March 29: New page on WPS, Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
March 26: Added point that each VLAN can use different DNS servers to the Surf SOHO page.
March 19: Added two bugs in GLi routers to the bugs page. They have been fixed.
March 18: Three new bugs in D-Link routers added to the bugs page
March 16: Added a Ubiquiti Networks flaw to the bugs page.
March 8: Added a section on UPD Port testers to the Test Your Router page.
Feb 28: Added an article about dealing with a hacked router to the bugs page and the Consumer Routers page. Also updated the Test Your Router page to note that if you see ads on this website, then the router you are connected to has been hacked.
Feb 25: Added a bug in two TP-Link routers to the bugs page.
Feb 24: Added some observations after living with eero to the Firmware Self-Updating page. Nothing good.
Feb 22: Added link to an article about Spectrum/Time Warner Cable/Charter cheating their customers and being sued in New York State to the ISP Routers page.
Feb 21: Added a link to Security Router from Halon Security to the Resources page
Feb 20: Added Flter secure router to the Resources page. When released, it will offer both Tor and a VPN client.
Feb 18: Added two things to the Firmware Self-Updating page: details provided by Google on how their Google Wifi routers self-update and tracking of the eero automatic firmware installation. So far, 11 days and no automatic update to an eero system.
Feb 9: Added two more stats pages. The main menu goes to a new page that offers two types of stats: long term only or both long term and short term. The latter page is new.
Feb 8: Added two more printer related ports (515, 631) to the Test Your Router page.
Feb 7: Added a new page with home grown site stats. Linked to it in the main menu replacing the little populated Reviews page. Approaching one million page views (961,500) since the site went live.
Feb 6: Added a test for TCP port 9100 (used by printers) to the Test Your Router page.
Feb 5: Added a new page on Routers with Self Updating Firmware that details how Linksys compares to my security checklist.
Feb 2: On the resources page, modified the list of Linksys self-updating routers to note that all of their "Smart-Wifi" branded routers can self-update.
Jan 30: Added yet another Netgear router bug to the bugs page
Jan 29: Added another IPv6 tester site to the Test Your Router page: test-ipv6.com from Jason Fesler. Also improved the explanation of UPnP on that page and added a menu to it.
Jan 28: Added two tester sites to the Test Your Router page: ipv6leak.com tests for IP version 6 and dnsleak.com tests for leaking DNS servers
Jan 22: Added two new sections to the New Router page: Port Scanning and Extra Credit.
Jan 19: Added Android malware that attacks TP-Link routers in China to the bugs page.
Jan 18: More router bugs, this time with ZyXel and Billion routers in Thailand. Also added quote from Bruce Schneir on how government regulation is the only solution to router and IoT security to the Other Gripers page.
Jan 14: Added info about FTC lawsuit against D-Link for insecure routers and cameras to the bugs page
Jan 13: Updated the WiFi Encryption page
Jan 6: Assorted updates to the Pepwave Surf SOHO page.
Jan 3: Updated page on Google Wifi/OnHub routers. Added Google custom search of this site. My first crack at this, we'll see how it holds up...