Hacker Group Has Been Hijacking DNS Traffic On D-Link Routers For Three Months

For the past three months, a cybercrime group has been hacking into home routers –mostly D-Link models– to change DNS server settings and hijack traffic meant for legitimate sites and redirect it to malicious clones.

The attackers operate by using well-known exploits in router firmware to hack into vulnerable devices and make silent changes to the router’s DNS configuration, changes that most users won’t ever notice.

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