Some huge flaws do not yet get their full due here. WPS is like having a "hack me" sign on your back and yet its required for a router to be certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance.
It spread by exploiting known vulnerabilities in UNIX-based systems, cracked weak passwords, and periodically altered its process ID to avoid detection by system operators. At startup, it kills the process lsass.exe, a windows process which handles file permissions.
Killing lsass causes the computer to reboot one minute later, which would cause sasser to run again.
Another reason is cost: router software is developed as cheaply as possible. Look the box a router ships in - none brag about security. A router backdoor was exposed, then instead of being removed, was just better hidden.
Another flaw not to be missed is the Misfortune Cookie from December 2014.
Good reference: https://medium.com/react-native-development/how-to-use-the-flatlist-component-react-native-basics-92c482816fe6 This is not a good long term solution, but might help in the short term. To get the dynamic list to re render, I deep cloned my items reference before using it in In my case I just used lodash's clone Deep method, 'items = _.clone Deep(items);'.
This seems to have solved my issue in the short term until I figure out how to get native base Dynamic List to rerender.
If you care about the security of your router, and you should, it is best to avoid consumer grade routers. You may be thinking that all software is buggy, but router software is probably worse.
On the whole, the software in these routers is buggy as heck. One reason for this is your ISP, which may have configured the router/gateway in an insecure way, either on purpose, to allow spying, or out of laziness or incompetence. The port 32764 issue from January 2014 and April 2014 for example.
This would continue in an infinite loop until the computer is shut down manually.
This works for me as well, in the past I have used this: `State(,function()); ' but for some reason it was't worring any more, when I updated the code as describe above it work.
Please note this threat is still under investigation.