• VPNFilter malware has infected a million routers - here's what you need to know

    4 monthes ago - By iMore

    Malware linked to the Russian government can manipulate your internet traffic, harvest personal information, and serve as a launch point for a broad range of internet attacks.
    The ASUS RT66U router, one of the devices known to be vulnerable to VPNFilter.
    A recent discovery that new router-based malware, known as VPNFilter, had infected well over 500,000 routers just became even worse news. In a report expected to be released June 13, Cisco states that over 200,000 additional routers have been infected and that the capabilities of VPNFilter are far worse than initially thought. Ars Technica...
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