D-Link Routers Vulnerable to Unauthorized DNS Changing

Researcher publishes exploit code for the vulnerability
by Ionut Ilascu, January 28th, 2015
 

New DNS Amplification Attacks Use Text from White House Press Release

Education, entertainment and high tech consulting are the primary targets of the attackers at the moment
by Ionut Ilascu, November 12th, 2014
Home Router DNS Settings Changed via Web-Based Attack

Home Router DNS Settings Changed via Web-Based Attack

by Ionut Ilascu, September 4th, 2014
Scripts running in the background attempt brute-forcing the router login
 

Swiss Banks Targeted by Clever Malware

Crooks use sophisticated phishing and rogue mobile app to access bank accounts
by Ionut Ilascu, July 24th, 2014
 

Amplification of DDoS Attacks

Public servers and botnets used by cybercriminals to disrupt services
by Ionut Ilascu, June 29th, 2014
 

Spamhaus Domain Block List to Offer Better Protection

Data sets include domain names linked to botnets and spreading malware
by Ionut Ilascu, June 16th, 2014
Turkey Stops Intercepting DNS Servers from Google, Level 3 and OpenDNS [WSJ]

Turkey Stops Intercepting DNS Servers from Google, Level 3 and OpenDNS [WSJ]

by Gabriela Vatu, April 9th, 2014
Turkey is now making it easier for users to override YouTube ban
 

Turkey “Intercepted” Google’s DNS

In an effort to keep people away from sites like Twitter and YouTube, Turkey took measures
by Gabriela Vatu, March 31st, 2014
 

Turkey Blocks Google DNS, Cutts Off Twitter Backdoor

Using the Google DNS was an easy way to access Twitter in Turkey
by Gabriela Vatu, March 22nd, 2014
 
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