back to article Fresh botnet recruiting routers with weak credentials

Security researchers believe the author of the Satori botnet is at it again, this time attacking routers to craft a botnet dubbed "Masuta". The early-January Satori botnet attacked a Huawei router zero-day. Masuta also hits routers. According to NewSky's analysis, the attack comes in two flavours. There's Masuta, which takes …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    D-Link

    Hmm, I wonder if these default credentials will work: user mydlinkBRionyg with the password abc12345cba.

    1. Halfmad

      Re: D-Link

      Best De-Link it from the t'internet anyway.

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