Those of my clients for whom I manage systems need not worry about this.
For everyone else, take note of a rather dangerous new security hole. It may affect you if you have a home router (or even a business router) that is still using the default user credentials. For example, some routers require a blank username and a password of "admin." If this is the case, and someone using your router's network visits a Web site with malicious code, your router could be hijacked.
There is a more general lesson to be learned here. Whether hardware or software, never leave default usernames or passwords in place. Always change them.