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There are several differences between the Norton Core and a normal router. 1. Deep Packet inspection. From TrustedReviews.com: The Core is a combination of Symantec's pre-existing security knowhow and some new features we’ve not seen before. The router will inspect every packet of data that passes through it for known pieces of malware and other ...


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I'm pleased to see that this product exists, and hope that other vendors of routers follow suit. The solution to recent consumer IoT security problems lies in the intelligence of the home network that is wrapped in the router. We will never get cheap-as-possible manufacturers to implement some yet-to-be-defined security protocol. And, as much as we try and ...


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It doesn't have an open telnet port. I still come across lots of residential / off-the-shelf wifi routers with open telnet ports. The firmware is usually available online too, with backdoor accounts. If you are renting your wifi router from your ISP provider, it probably has an open telnet port. Wifi routers usually have weak security and their firmwares are ...


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