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Taiwan chip designer Realtek has warned of four recent vulnerabilities in three SDKs in its WiFi modules. Realtek also published an advisory regarding those flaws used in almost 200 products made by multiple vendors. Almost a million vulnerable devices may be in use, including VoIP devices, wireless routers, repeaters, IP cameras, and smart lighting controls, possibly any WiFi-connected devices with that chip design. The list of hardware manufacturers affected by Realtek’s vulnerabilities includes ASUS, Belkin, D-Link, Edimax, Logitech, Netgear, ZTE, and more.