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Apple Pay Cash

Getting in a bit late on Facebook Messenger, Google Wallet, and PayPal’s action, Apple Pay Cash is the latest peer-to-peer payment system from a tech giant. Apple’s mobile operating system has long had a tie-in with your credit card, thanks to the Apple Wallet app. Starting with iOS 11.2, however, the new Apple Pay Cash service lets the company play an even greater role in your finances. For those who are passionately dedicated to the Apple ecosystem, it has an appeal. But if you want to pay someone who doesn’t have an Apple device, you’re better off with a competitor, like Venmo, that offers cross-platform options, as well as more advanced payment features.

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What Is Apple Pay Cash?

Since iOS 8.1, Apple Wallet has let you pay participating stores and websites from your iPhone, touch-free, using a credit card that you connect with the service. It hasn’t, however, been able to let you pay friends directly, as you can with Facebook Messenger, Google Wallet, PayPal, Venmo, and some bank apps. Unlike the previous Apple Wallet functionality, with Apple Pay Cash, you can actually store money in an Apple account, rather than just using Apple Pay as a conduit for a credit or bank card.

Getting Started With Apple Pay Cash

If you haven’t already done so, you first need to download and install iOS 11, specifically 11.2. You can force the update by visiting Settings > General > Software Update. If not, a slider switch in the Wallet & Apple Pay section of Settings lets you enable Apple Pay Cash. Once you slide this switch, you have to enter your Apple ID and password and accept a legal agreement stating that the services are provided through Green Dot Bank. The terms point out that Apple Pay Cash comprises two services: a virtual payment card and the funds transfer service.

Pay Cash works with every Apple phone back to the iPhone 6, and on iPads starting with the Air 2 model. If you have a MacBook with Touch ID, you can use Apple Pay Cash, or you can connect an older Mac to your iPhone and pay that way. The service also works with all versions of the Apple Watch. Androids and other non-Apple devices are not supported.

Note that you’ll only be able to send money to other iOS users who have accepted the agreement, and you both have to have two-factor authentication set up for your Apple ID. Two-factor authentication provides additional security, but it’s stricter than the other payment services’ setup requirements. Note that setup also requires re-entering your credit card digits.

After I completed these steps, I was asked to add a debit card so that money could be transferred to my new bank account. You don’t have to do this to use the service, though—I didn’t. In all, however, the setup isn’t more involved than it is with Venmo, though Facebook Payments is easier than either.

Using Apple Pay Cash

As with Facebook Messenger’s Payments app, you send money via the Apple Messages app; the option is in the app tray at the bottom of the Messages’ screen. Just tap the A icon to open it. You then see a dollar amount that you can increase or decrease, and you can switch between paying and requesting. Venmo and Google Wallet require you to open their separate apps to make payments; so that’s a plus for Facebook and Apple, in that you access payments from an app you’re probably using regularly already.

When I tapped Pay to send $1 to a colleague and then hit the Send up arrow, I had to approve the transaction with a Touch ID finger press (of course, iPhone X users will use Face ID). For sending this dollar, I paid a 3 percent fee (the same as with Venmo and other services), but that’s because the payment was via credit card. If you use a bank debit card, however, you can avoid that fee. The chat entry says Pending until the recipient receives the funds.

You can also use Siri to pay someone, but that’s something also offered by Venmo. Apple Pay Cash, thankfully, doesn’t by default share your every transaction with a special-purpose social network, as Venmo does. With Venmo, unless you change privacy settings, any of your contacts can see exactly who you paid in a feed of transactions. Some may like like this, but it seems like an invasion of privacy to me. However, Venmo offers a couple of important advantages over Apple’s system: You can scan a QR code to verify your payee, and you can attach notes along with a payment. Venmo also lets you pay amounts smaller than $1, Apple’s minimum. Google Wallet, also available for iOS, adds the ability to split payments among multiple recipients.

If you receive money from a contact, it goes into your Apple Pay Cash virtual cash card. You can use that balance either by dumping it back into a connected bank account or to pay for something else via Apple Pay or Apple Pay Cash.

Apple Pay Cash, Venmo, and can all be used to shop at online retailers; PayPal (which also owns Venmo) may have the upper hand here, as the leading internet payment service. The biggest advantage of Venmo, PayPal, and Facebook Payments, however, is that they’re platform-independent—with any of them, you can send money to anyone, regardless of the operating system they use. And with any of them, you can make and receive payments from a web browser—not so with Apple Pay Cash. If you’re using Apple’s system and want to pay an Android user, you’re going to have to hand over dirty old dollar bills, for now.

Should You Pay the Apple Way?

Apple Pay Cash offers a relatively easy and secure way for iOS users to make peer-to-peer payments. But the tech giant is a bit late to the party, and, as with many things in Apple’s history, the service lives in too closedof an ecosystem. In addition to that, Venmo, our Editors’ Choice payment app, offers a richer slate of payment options. If and when Apple adds the ability to pay Android users, we’ll update this review.

Google bug bounty pays $100,000 for Chrome OS exploit

A pseudonymous security researcher has struck it big for the second time, earning the top Google bug bounty in the Chrome Reward Program.

The researcher, who goes by the handle Gzob Qq, notified Google of a Chrome OS exploit on Sept. 18, 2017 that took advantage of five separate vulnerabilities in order to gain root access for persistent code execution.

Google patched the issues in Chrome OS version 62, which was released on Nov. 15th. The details of the exploit chain were then released, showing Gzob Qq used five flaws to complete the system takeover.

As part of the exploit chain, Gzob Qq used a memory access flaw in the V8 JavaScript engine (CVE-2017-15401), a privilege escalation bug in PageState (CVE-2017-15402), a command injection flaw in the network_diag component (CVE-2017-15403) and symlink traversal issues in both the crash_reporter (CVE-2017-15404) and cryptohomed (CVE-2017-15405).

Gzob Qq earned a Google bug bounty of $100,000 for the find, which is the top prize awarded as part of the Chrome Reward Program. Google first increased the Chrome bug bounty reward from $50,000 to $100,000 in March 2015 and since then, this is the second time Gzob Qq has earned that prize.

In September 2016, Gzob Qq notified Google of a Chrome OS exploit chain using an overflow vulnerability in the DNS client library used by the Chrome OS network manager.

In addition to the Google bug bounty, Gzob Qq has also received credit for disclosing flaws in Ubuntu Linux.

Salesforce-Google integration bolsters CRM, analytics functionality

SAN FRANCISCO — Salesforce and Google cozied up a little more closely on several new product integrations: One offers a cloud alternative to Amazon Web Services, and another pushes Salesforce deeper into G Suite, Google’s subscription business applications cloud, which may send shock waves through the thriving ecosystem of partners that already provide small-business CRM to those apps.

The Salesforce-Google integration includes the naming of Google Cloud as Salesforce’s latest preferred public cloud for international customers, joining AWS, with which Salesforce partnered earlier this year.

The Salesforce-Google integration, announced earlier this month at Salesforce’s Dreamforce user conference, also includes Salesforce Lightning for Gmail and Google Sheets, as well as Quip Live Apps for Google Drive and Google Calendar. Salesforce’s Sales and Marketing Clouds will both have Google Analytics 360 embedded.

As part of the partnership, Google will also be offering existing Salesforce customers a one-year free trial of G Suite.

Salesforce is no stranger to partnering with other enterprise tech companies — even if some products compete — to offer its customers an enhanced experience, and that appears to be the reason behind the Salesforce-Google integration.

“In the past, [Salesforce] has announced some pretty big partnerships that turned out to maybe be not so big, but this is from a different angle,” said Michael Fauscette, chief research officer for G2 Crowd, based in Chicago. “They have a go-to-market strategy together.”

Integration to help SMBs

In the past, [Salesforce] has announced some pretty big partnerships that turned out to maybe be not so big, but this is from a different angle.
Michael Fauscettechief research officer, G2 Crowd

Small- and medium-sized businesses will benefit from the Salesforce-Google integration, because many of them already use Gmail and G Suite, according to analysts, and the Salesforce tie-in could make the San Francisco-based company attractive as a CRM option.

“I have a client, and the No. 1 challenge is adoption: They have these great tools and insights, but if people aren’t in there and feeding the engine and taking action, it doesn’t matter,” said Lisa Hager, global head of Salesforce practices for Mumbai-based Tata Consulting Services. “But if I go in to get my mail and the Salesforce platform prepopulates my email and spreadsheets, I’m more likely to go into that tool.”

Voices.com, which works with brands to find voice actors for campaigns and is based in London, Ont., has been a Salesforce customer for 12 years, and its CEO, David Ciccarelli, was enthusiastic about some of the Salesforce-Google integrations.

“Salesforce is a great system of record, but where it can improve upon is mass editing,” he said. “So, being able to one-click export from Salesforce into something manipulative like Google Sheets, make changes and one-click import back — that’s where you’ll see huge time savings.”

Marketing is where the data is

Salesforce has made a concerted effort to increase market share for its Marketing Cloud to match that of Sales Cloud and Service Cloud, and it looks to do that through data.

Just weeks after releasing B2B Lead Analytics for Facebook, Salesforce is embedding Google Analytics 360 into Marketing Cloud, giving marketers insights at the two leading data points on the internet.

“If you’re not in a separate data silo and you can ingest the Google Analytics 360 data on website visitors and keyword ad buys, with that integrated, you don’t have to take that data out and manually process it,” said Cindy Zhou, principal analyst for Constellation Research. “And there’s always data lost when you have to move it from one place to another. So, having it embedded natively will help you get deeper insights, and you can still apply Einstein on top to do audience segmentation and analysis.”

Ciccarelli of Voices.com said, as a smaller business, a license for Google Analytics 360 was always too much to budget for, but with it integrated into Salesforce at no additional cost, smaller companies will be able to receive enterprise-level insights.

Salesforce adds another storage cloud

The news of Salesforce adding another preferred public cloud for international expansion comes just months after Salesforce formed a similar partnership with AWS. The addition of Google Cloud is to address customer needs, according to Ryan Aytay, executive vice president for business development and strategic accounts for Salesforce.

“AWS continues to be an important part of our infrastructure, so nothing’s changing there,” Aytay said. “We’re just adding another preferred cloud and moving forward to address customer needs.”

Google and AWS are two of the three leaders in the cloud space, with the other being Microsoft’s Azure. Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has been outspoken about his abhorrence toward former partner Microsoft, so it’s unlikely Salesforce will be partnering with the Seattle-based company anytime soon.

The move toward Google could have been a response to customers’ demands, according to Hager, as AWS is costly when it comes to cloud storage.

“Just being able to have that option of Google storage instead of AWS is important; I had three clients this morning complaining about the cost of AWS,” Hager said. “If you’re storing a lot of documents on Salesforce, it can get expensive. So, integrating with Google is a nice option.”

There’s some potential overlap with the integrated products, especially between Salesforce’s Quip and Google’s G Suite, but Salesforce executives aren’t worried about the overlap, with Aytay saying internally at Salesforce the company has used both products.

Zhou can see the products coexisting, but there’s also some “friendly competition” between G Suite and Quip, with the Salesforce product being a good alternative for companies creating contracts or requests for proposal.

Several of the Salesforce-Google integrations are already in market, including Lightning for Gmail and integrations with Calendar and Google Drive, with deeper integrations rolling out in 2018, according to the press release. Quip Live Apps integration with Google Drive is expected to be generally available in the first half of 2018 for $25 per user, per month with any Quip Enterprise License. And the integrations between Salesforce and Google Analytics 360 are expected in the first half of 2018 at no additional cost to licensed customers.

Fake WhatsApp app downloaded 1 million times

Android users were tricked by a convincing fake WhatsApp app listing in the official Google Play Store, but one expert said this incident shouldn’t take away from confidence in the safety of the Play Store.

The issue was first revealed on the r/Android subreddit and showed a fake WhatsApp app listing in the Google Play Store that had the developer name appearing to be the real WhatsApp Inc. Redditor “E_x_Lnc” first posted about the fake listing, noting it used a Unicode character that mimicked a blank space after the name in order to bypass Google’s malware scanner and was invisible unless someone looked at the code itself.

There were some minor red flags on the fake WhatsApp app listing that redditors pointed out though. First, while 1 million downloads may seem impressive, the real WhatsApp has been downloaded more than 1 billion times. The fake WhatsApp app listing also contained the tag claiming the app contained ads, which the real app does not. Finally, the real WhatsApp listing bears the “Verified by Play Protect” branding from Google.

What the fakeout means

Liviu Arsene, senior e-threat analyst at Romania-based antimalware firm Bitdefender, said using Unicode characters to impersonate a brand name and the fake WhatsApp app itself should never have made it past the Google Bouncer malware scanners.

“Malicious app developers have proven to be very resourceful in the past, and this incident with WhatsApp is no different,” Arsene told SearchSecurity. “It’s worth noting that before actually installing an application users should also go through the comments section to see if others reported any abnormalities with it or even doing a little research regarding the developer’s name and what other apps has he published, to spot any potential issues.”

According to redditor “dextersgenius”, the app itself was little more than an ad-wrapper, and once installed it tried to hide itself by having a blank icon and no title.

Malicious app developers have proven to be very resourceful in the past, and this incident with WhatsApp is no different.
Liviu Arsenesenior e-threat analyst at Bitdefender

Arsene said “adware itself is not always malicious,” which may be why this fake WhatsApp app wasn’t caught earlier.

“Benign apps have been smuggled before in Google Play, only to be later updated with malicious components — even if for a short period of time,” Arsene said. “However, malicious behavior that involves data exfiltration and remote control of the device is a lot easier to spot that simply deciding whether or not an ad-displaying app is too intrusive.”  

Despite this incident, Arsene said Android users should still see the Google Play Store as the safest place to get apps.

“The general line for Android safety remains downloading apps from Google Play, mostly because these incidents where malware or aggressive adware makes it in their marketplace are sufficiently rare and quickly handled,” Arsene said. “However, it’s more than recommended to also rely on a security solution for mobile devices, as security vendors are in the business of scrutinizing apps more aggressively for keeping users safe.”

One billion downloads of Skype for Android—thank you! | Skype Blogs

Today, Skype reached one billion downloads on the Google Play Store. Let’s repeat that:

One billion downloads!

Over the years, it’s been our mission to connect people—from wherever, whenever. Together, we’ve sent billions of messages, calls, and happy face emoticons—probably some sad ones, too. It’s sharing these special moments that make Skype one of a kind, and we’re so thankful that you’ve been with us along the way.

But just because we’ve reached this milestone doesn’t mean we’re going to stop.

We’ll continue to roll out creative new features and find ways to improve existing ones based on your feedback. And most important of all, we’ll continue to be your app for staying connected with the ones you care about most, every day.

So, thank you­—a billion times over—for using Skype. We wouldn’t be here without you.

Skype bow emoticon.

And as always, make sure you download the latest Skype now to see all the newest features and share your feedback with us in our Community!

Google Play bug bounty hunts RCE vulnerabilities

Google and HackerOne have partnered to start a new Google Play bug bounty program that incentivizes testers to find critical vulnerabilities in popular Android apps.

The Google Play Security Reward Program is designed to be complementary to Android bug bounty programs run by developers themselves. The Google Play bug bounty is $1,000 for any qualifying vulnerability, paid as a bonus to any other bounties offered.

To be eligible for the Google Play bug bounty, researchers will need to first submit the vulnerability to the original developer of an app. After the vulnerability has been patched, the researcher can request the reward from the Google Play bug bounty program, which is officially named the Google Play Security Reward Program.

At the start of the program, Google will only pay the bonus for remote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities and proof of concept exploits running on Android version 4.4 KitKat and newer. And, the Google Play bug bounty will only be paid for flaws found in apps from just nine developers, including Dropbox, Line, Snapchat and Google, but more developers are expected to be added over time.

Qualifying RCE flaws must be exploitable through a singular app and cannot depend on vulnerabilities in other apps, and will have had to be patched in the 90 days prior to applying for Google Play Security Reward Program’s reward.

“As the Android ecosystem evolves, we continue to invest in leading-edge ideas to strengthen security,” Vineet Buch, director of product management for Google Play, said in the HackerOne announcement. “Our goal is continue to make Android a safe computing platform by encouraging our app developers and hackers to work together to resolve unknown vulnerabilities, we are one step closer to that goal.”

Advanced Protection Program locks down Google accounts

The latest Google multifactor authentication solution aims to protect high-risk users from targeted attacks, but will add complexity to logins.

Google’s Advanced Protection Program has been designed to not only help keep users safe from phishing attacks such as spear phishing as well preventing unauthorized access to Gmail accounts by having users take advantage of physical security keys — like a Yubikey — for authentication.

“Journalists, human rights defenders, environment campaigners and civil society activists working on any number of sensitive issues can quickly find themselves targeted by well-resourced and highly capable adversaries,” Andrew Ford Lyons, a technologist at Internews, said in Google’s announcement post. “For those whose work may cause their profile to become more visible, setting this up could be seen as an essential preventative step.”

Google’s Advanced Protection Program could help to prevent some types of cyberattacks seen over the past couple years, including the phishing schemes that compromised the Gmail account of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta, or the Google Docs phishing attack.

According to Google, the Advanced Protection Program focuses on three areas of defense: using a security key for multifactor authentication, limiting third-party app access to Gmail and Google Drive, and mitigating fraudulent account access by adding steps to the account recovery process.

Google warns that third-party mobile apps like Apple Mail, Calendar and Contacts “do not currently support security keys and will not be able to access your Google data,” so Advanced Protection Program users would need to use Google’s first-party apps for now.

How the Google Advanced Protection Program works

Google has supported security keys for multifactor authentication in the past and has an option to use mobile devices as a multifactor device, but the Advanced Protection Program is far more strict because there will be no backup options with SMS or stored authentication codes.

Users will only be able to login to Google accounts with their password and registered security keys. If a security key is lost, the account recovery will be more onerous than answering simple security questions, but Google has yet to provide details on what such a recovery process will entail.

For those whose work may cause their profile to become more visible, setting this up could be seen as an essential preventative step.
Andrew Ford Lyonstechnologist at Internews

Although anyone can enroll in the Advanced Protection Program, Google admitted in its blog post that it would be best for those who “are willing to trade off a bit of convenience for more protection of their personal Google Accounts.”

At the start, the Advanced Protection Program requires the use of the Chrome browser and two security keys that support the FIDO U2F standard — one to connect to a traditional computer via USB port and one for mobile devices using Bluetooth.

The former isn’t as troublesome, but users need to be careful about the security key used for mobile. Google’s support page suggests purchasing the Feitan Multipass Bluetooth security key, which appears to be in limited supply on Amazon, as of this post, but, a Bluetooth security key is only necessary for those using iOS devices or an Android device that doesn’t support Near Field Communication.(NFC) for wireless access. An NFC-enabled security key would work for those with NFC-capable Android devices. 

Cloud networking services at the forefront of Google’s latest push

Google continues to emphasize its network as a differentiator with services and features that fill gaps in its public cloud.

A new Dedicated Interconnect service for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) allows users to plug their private infrastructure directly into Google’s network with a secure private connection that exceeds virtual private network (VPN) capabilities around latency, consistency and throughput. This service comes soon after Google became the first major public cloud provider to offer two distinct networking tiers for customers — a cheaper alternative at the low end and what Google claims is superior networking performance at the high end.

Dedicated cloud networking services are critical to enterprises with workloads that require high throughput and availability, low latency and consistent performance. This Dedicated Interconnect service is an important move for Google to curry favor with users that maintain their private data centers, and to catch up with what its competition has offered for years: Amazon Web Services (AWS) Direct Connect and Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute.

But Dedicated Interconnect may have advantages over its competitors. One key difference is users can tap into Google’s private fiber to access any GCP region, whereas other providers limit those dedicated connections to a single region.

That ability to plug in and keep consistency across regions is a major advantage, said Charles Allen, director of platform engineering at Metamarkets, a real-time analytics firm in San Francisco.

“It’s not specific to one geolocation, so if you have a presence on the West Coast and need a direct connection to something on the East Coast, you don’t need to worry about cross-country issues,” he said.

Metamarkets has workloads in AWS and GCP, but has used GCP more heavily in the past four months, and Dedicated Interconnect was critical to that shift.

“To maintain certain levels of security, all our compute resources need to access each other over private network space,” Allen said. “The only solution we had available that could solve these scale needs, the reliability and the private address space was Dedicated Interconnect.”

The service comes in increments of 10 Gbps, with up to 80 Gbps by using multiple circuits, and it will offer up to 99.99% uptime service-level agreements once fully available in the coming months. By comparison, Azure guarantees 99.9% uptime with ExpressRoute, while AWS has no uptime SLA for Direct Connect. Both AWS and Azure cap out at 10 Gbps speeds.

Google charges $1,700 per month, per 10 Gbps link. Similar speeds in Azure cost $5,000 per month, and $2.25 per hour in AWS.

Metamarkets has even reduced its total cost of ownership by more than 60% by using Dedicated Interconnect compared to using the public internet, Allen said. Those additional expenses were more than offset by the reduced egress and transfer fees that would come with movement across a VPN.

The service isn’t for everyone, however. Users must hook into Google at one of its 37 Dedicated Interconnect locations and provide their own encryption mechanism. It’s also overkill for services with lower data requirements or latency demands, such as G Suite applications.

“It’s part and parcel for them growing up as an [infrastructure as a service] provider and realizing these sorts of things — in this case, the quality and range of network connectivity from the provider to the enterprise customer — cannot be a potential paint point or inhibitor,” said Brad Casemore, an analyst with IDC.

Google adds flavor to cloud networking services

In August, Google split its cloud network services options between standard and premium performance tiers. The standard tier is cheaper and piggybacks on third-party networks, while the premium tier is essentially a rebrand of its existing capabilities. The standard tier provides speeds and reliability that are comparable to its major competitors at a lower price, while the premium tier provides superior speed and performance, according to Google.

Google wants to offer options to customers, but it’s still pushing its private network as a differentiator, said Dan Conde, an analyst with Enterprise Strategy Group Inc. in Milford, Mass.

“It’s not sexy, but in reality, Google can say that without a network, there really is no cloud,” he said. “Unless there’s a reliable, high-quality network, you’re not able to exploit the cloud for all it’s capable of.”

When Metamarkets looked at GCP, it wanted to see how much the network actually mattered. AWS is still superior in some areas, including more predictable and stable CPU resources, but in the end, the networking piece made a difference, Allen said.

“We have not seen many network-specific problems in GCP as AWS,” he said, with the caveat that Metamarkets has a longer track record with AWS. “The network throughput and global network connectivity has been really good. It’s essentially taken networking off the table, which is good.”

Trevor Jones is a senior news writer with SearchCloudComputing and SearchAWS. Contact him at tjones@techtarget.com.

For Sale – Google Wifi + [sold] Asus ASUS RT-AC66U router

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Google Wifi
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Just bought a new twin pack and only need the one.. brilliant little units and can’t recommend them enough.. especially the family controls.

Wireless AC1200 2×2 Wave 2 Wifi
Expandable mesh Wifi
Simultaneous dual-band Wifi (2.4GHz / 5GHz) supporting IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
TX Beamforming, Bluetooth® Smart Ready Ports
2 Gigabit Ethernet ports per Wifi point
WAN and LAN on primary Wifi point; both act as LAN ports on additional Wifi points
Color & Material
White, lightweight, durable plastic
Security
WPA2-PSK
Automatic security updates
Infineon SLB 9615 trusted platform module
Memory
512MB RAM
4GB eMMC flash
Processor
Quad-core ARM CPU, each core up to 710 MHz
Power
15W power adapter
~9W consumed
Dimensions & Weight
Diameter: 4.17 in (106.12 mm)
Height: 2.70 in (68.75 mm)
12 oz (340 g)

£100 including P&P

Purchased this week as a box of two. Item has only been removed from the box for photos.

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Great router and have only switched to the Google Wifi for the parent controls.

802.11ac Dual-Band Wireless-AC1750 Gigabit Router

5th generation 802.11ac chipset gives you concurrent dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz for up to super-fast 1.75Gbps
ASUS AiCloud service: Access, stream, share, sync – all on the go with unlimited storage expansion!
Gigabit Ethernet ports for the fastest, most reliable internet performance
AiRadar optimizes wireless coverage with detachable high-powered antennas
Enjoy the ASUSWRT dashboard UI for 3 steps easy setup, signal monitoring, and network application control
Download Master for wireless data storage and access to your router-connected USB storage devices
File sharing, printer sharing, and 3G sharing via two multi-functional built-in USB ports

–sold– £50 including P&P –sold–

Purchased [​IMG]12/02/2016 from PC World. Box states 3 years warranty although not sure if this is transferable (but could help in the event of any issues, although these are built to last)
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