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High-end router flinger DrayTek admits to zero day in bunch of Vigor kit


Had a couple of their routers and modems for a few years now. Quirky interface, and a lot of the features feel bolt-on rather than having a logically designed feature set, nevertheless they have been very reliable, and the newer ones (not based on DD-WRT, I believe) reboot VERY quickly, a bonus on a busy network (albeit home).

The only duff one was the Vigor 120 modem (issues much documented elsewhere).

First time I've been notified of a zero day, and was nice to be directly notified too.

Double the cost of regular home routers indeed, but has been well worth it.

(No I don't work for them, but I do appreciate their kit).

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