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The chipset was adopted by Linksys which was later purchased by Cisco.

Cisco eventually published source code for the firmware for its WRT54G wireless broadband router under the GPL-license.

In April 2017, Google's Project Zero investigated Broadcom's So C Wi Fi stack and found that it lacked "all basic exploit mitigations - including stack cookies, safe unlinking and access permission protection," allowing "full device takeover by Wi-Fi proximity alone, requiring no user interaction." Since the release of the 2.6.26 kernel some Broadcom chips have kernel support but require external firmware to be built.

In 2003 the Free Software Foundation accused Broadcom of not complying with the GNU General Public License as Broadcom distributed GPL code in a driver for its 802.11g router chipset without making that code public.

Dell Power Connect classics) while other well-known vendors do use the Broadcom hardware but write their own firmware.