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Cybercriminals Hijack Internet Connections by Changing DNS Settings in Routers

04
Mar
2014

Security holes in various home and small office routers are allowing cybercriminals to change the devices DNS settings in an effort to redirect users to arbitrary IP addresses and domains. Experts have identified 300,000 compromised wireless routers.

According to Team Cymru researchers, most of the impacted devices are located in Europe and Asia. Most of the victims have been spotted in Vietnam, but compromised machines have also been identified in India, Italy and Thailand…

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