New malvertising campaign infects home and small business routers

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New malvertising campaign infects home and small business routers

New DNSchanger targets Chrome and gives attackers control over web traffic

A new campaign that infects internet routers with malware via malicious ads has been uncovered by researchers. The researchers, working at security vendor Proofpoint, have analysed the use of an...

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