Hackers hijack 300, 000-plus wireless routers, make malicious changes | Ars Technica

fmm vovan at fakmoymozg.ru
Tue Mar 4 11:46:20 UTC 2014


On Tue, 04 Mar 2014 09:00:18 +0100, Jay Ashworth <jra at baylink.com> wrote:

> http://arstechnica.com/security/2014/03/hackers-hijack-300000-plus-wireless-routers-make-malicious-changes/
>
> Is there any valid reason not to black hole those /32s on the back bone?


>> The telltale sign a router has been compromised is DNS settings that  
>> have been changed to 5.45.75.11 and 5.45.76.36. Team Cymru researchers  
>> contacted the provider that hosts those two IP addresses but have yet  
>> to receive a response.

you wanted to say "blackhole those 5.45.72.0/22 and 5.45.76.0/22", aren't  
you?


Cheers



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