Can your Mikrotik be at risk?

More than 165 thousand Mikrotiks in Brazil have ports exposed on the internet with Public IP.

Some ports like http(80) are essential for devices to be accessed remotely.

Open ports become dangerous when they are exploited by security vulnerabilities or malicious services like malware, social engineering, etc. Cybercriminals can use these services in conjunction with open ports to gain unauthorized access to sensitive data or to render an entire network unusable.

To ensure that you have access to your equipment without running these risks, MKController creates a VPN with each of your devices, ensuring that only authorized people have access to it remotely, with full assurance of the most advanced security protocols.


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