Most people think that insider networking attacks only happen in a business environment or network, but I do not think this is true. I also think that man IT tech professionals would agree with me on this as well. The fact that the majority of the public think that their home networks are a safe network are 100% wrong. Anyone inside a home can try to do an insider attack, even your wife if she thinks you are having an affair with someone, and wants to hack your phone to see all your conversations. The majority of home network insider attacks are usually created by guests that are given the AP passcode to the network. But I am not creating this thread to rant about this, but about the fact that why is the general public not being informed about this fact. The majority of the general public are not informed or guided to the truth about the fact that home networks are not 100% safe from insider attacks. Without this information, most of the general public would not know about this, since not every one studied in the field of Network Security or Information Technology. I think the blame on who is responsible for not informing the public about his fact are the ISP providers who usually supply the modem and/or the router. They should inform the consumers when buying service from them that even though the device (which usually has an internal firewall), has firewall protection from the outside, it usually does not protect internal attacks. This little fact, which is usually not told to the consumer is what I am worried about; the router and/or modem belongs to the ISP, so they should be responsible to tell the consumer about the security shortfalls of the device. So this is why I am asking the community the following question. Why don't ISP inform or alert their consumers upon purchase of the service, about this information?