Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#577 Mobile devices used to execute DNS malware against home routers
Attacks against home routers have been going around for years—from malware that rigs routers to DNS rebinding attacks and backdoors, among others. Just last year one of our researchers reported a Domain Name System (DNS) changer malware that redirected users to malicious pages when they visited specific websites. This enabled cyber crooks to get hold of the victims’ online credentials, such as passwords and PINs.
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#585 Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for April 2016
#584 BAE Systems warns about shape-shifting strain of Qbot malware
#583 ZeuS banking trojan resurfaces as Atmos variant
#582 New Adobe Flash Player exploit used by Magnitude and Nuclear exploit kits
#581 New threat can auto-brick Apple devices
#580 Real Future: What happens when you dare expert hackers to hack you
#579 Meet the Cryptoworm, the future of ransomware
#578 Microsoft's 'blue screen of death' is getting more descriptive with QR codes
#577 Mobile devices used to execute DNS malware against home routers
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