Its your choice but IMO the exposed vulnerability vs. who really is close to you to want to hijack your wifi connections (in my case anyway) is miniscule. Read up on the specifics of that exploit. Its not very easy or useful so its likely your safe from a would be attacker. Also, the vulnerability is a client issue not a router issue. Your cell phone vendor may have already updated your phone to avoid it. You will have to research that. If you want the older 380.62.1 code I can send you a link in a side chat. I believe in balancing my networks security with the realization that I'm probably not the target of someones malicious desire to take it over. Ideally we have 100% secure networks and all features working great but if not, you have to decide which you want more.