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Switcher hacks Wi-Fi routers, switches DNS

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Dec
2016

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One of the most important pieces of advice on cybersecurity is that you should never input logins, passwords, credit card information, and so forth, if you think the page URL looks weird. Weird links are sometimes a sign of danger. If you see, say, fasebook.com instead of facebook.com, that link is weird.

But what if the fake Web page is hosted on the legitimate page? It turns out this scenario is actually plausible — and the bad guys don’t even need to hack the server that hosts the target page. Let’s examine how it works.

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