So I saw these article, exposing how hundreds of routers are vulnerable to simple security related threads.
I searched for my AX50 model and it seems it was tested on the "experiment".
I would like to know what measures are being taken by tp link in order to fix these, also, if the hard-coded keys are leakable on this router model/firmware (and if they can be updated/fixed), and what measures can be taken by common users to mitigate possible security attacks.
On my side, I have already disabled UPnP, I use long strong not default passwords, remote management is disabled, fimware is always up-to-date and I use a MAC filter (don't know if these makes any difference tbh)
Link to the article:
Over 100 Wi-Fi routers fail major security test — protect yourself now
By Paul Wagenseil 2 days ago
Every single one of 117 routers from seven well-known brands, including Netgear, D-Link, Linksys and TP-Link, had serious security flaws, a report finds.