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Firmware flaw allows hack attack of D-Link routers, other devices

Firmware flaw allows hackers to alter the device’s domain name system (DNS) settings and lets the attackers hijack user traffic

D-Link celebrates 25 years with a refocus on consumers

The international network product company celebrates 25 years of connecting computers by catering better to modern consumer needs and concerns

D-Link rolls out enterprise networking portfolio

The networking vendor used the Interop conference to signal it's not just a $99 router company anymore. It's taking on Cisco Systems and HP, and playing to win

D-Link switch supports IPv6 addressing

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