Business-grade routers compromised in low-key attack campaign
An unknown threat actor has discreetly compromised business-grade DrayTek routers in Europe, Latin and North America, equipping them with a remote access trojan (dubbed HiatusRAT) and a packet capturing program. “The impacted models are high-bandwidth routers that can support VPN connections for hundreds of remote workers and offer ideal capacity for the average, medium-sized business. We suspect the actor infects targets of interest for data collection, and targets of opportunity for the purpose of establishing … More
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