Akamai has detected an ingenious malware campaign that alters configurations on home and small office routers to open connections toward internal networks so crooks can infect previously isolated computers.

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The way hackers achieve this, Akamai said, is via a technique known as UPnProxy, which the company first detailed in April this year…

https://www.zdnet.com/article/hackers-are-opening-smb-ports-on-routers-so-they-can-infect-pcs-with-nsa-malware/

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