Which vendors have established a strong security process during development where they educate firmware developers about security issues, arrange security engineers to review the code, accept vulnerability reports, fix any vulnerabilities found and issue timely firmware updates and advisories?
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Cisco and Juniper.
Everything else like netgear, linksys, Buffalo etc. are aimed at the mass market, so everything is colourful, shiny, and easy to use. Sadly security apparently comes as a lower priority to these types.
Here's your trinary selector:
Easy-to-use, Secure, Cheap.