Even the big companies end of life products.  Security research continues against these devices though as the installed base continues to be very large.  These end of life devices present a severe threat to your networks.  The Cisco RV110W, RV130, RV130W, and RV215W routers are the ones affected by this vulnerability.  The culprit is, of course, UPNP…which itself is a huge vulnerability.  Further down in the article you also see Cisco is very slow to patch other vulnerabilities because there are no known exploits.  That’s a terrible decision and most likely is resulting in hidden compromises.  Keep in mind many smaller businesses use off the shelf Netgear, Asus, Linksys and other routers that typicality have updates for one year…two if you are lucky.  The security record of these devices is poor.  ETC Maryland has a stable of products that have a long history of good security, long patching lifecycles, and rapid response to vulnerabilities when they are found.  contact us if your network firewalls are more than 2 years old for an evaluation and recommendations.