VPNFilter, a recently discovered malware that attacks routers and switches, is far more dangerous than originally thought. 

Cisco Talos, which first posted information about VPNFilter in May, has now updated its blog with new findings about this threat, and the results are not good. 

Originally, Cisco Talos said that VPNFilter attacks several brands of home and small office routers — namely Linksys, MikroTik, NETGEAR and TP-Link — as well as QNAP’s NAS devices, with the ability to steal certain types of data and render infected devices unusable.  Read more…

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