Monthly Archives: October 2017

Bad Rabbit Ransomware: Awareness

A new type of ransomware called as “Bad Rabbit” has been found spreading in Russia, Ukraine and other countries. There are reports of malware impacting systems in multiple places. Bad Rabbit Ransomware began spreading across the world Tuesday (Oct. 24) and it appeared to be a much modified version of the Petya worm, that hit… Read More »

How to Upgrade Your Wireless Router’s Firmware

Got WiFi router serving you for years and accumulating dust over it, year on year?If answer is yes, then probability of you doing firmware upgrade for same in years will be very bleak. Continue reading if you are among millions other who have never done firmware upgrade, if you belong to other category, then congratulations… Read More »

Wi-Fi WPA2 Security Vulnerable to KRACK Attacks

Is Your Wifi Hacked or more importantly Kracked? Researchers have said, every modern Wi-Fi network, and every device that has connected to one, could potentially have been hackedafter a huge breach.Security researchers claim to have found high-severity vulnerabilities in WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access II), a popular security protocol used by nearly every Wi-Fi device on… Read More » Admin – How to use Admin Login All major brand routers like TPlink use “” as default access point or gateway. These firms set up router admin access in this address to allow professional router administrators to configure their routers and networks. Administrators can use this IPto do majority of things like setting up… Read More »

What is Default Router IP Address ? – List of most common router IP address

Below is the list of default IP for popular router brands. Look for information given under “Login IP” against yourRouter Brand. Router Brand Login IP 2Wire 3Com Actiontec Airlink Airlive Airties Apple Amped Wireless Asus Aztech Belkin Billion Buffalo Dell Cisco… Read More »