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Providers of a DDoS service, who now operate their service with cloud servers instead of hacked routers, servers and IoT devices, have published access data and IP addresses of around 515,000 devices in a hacker forum. The accesses that were originally necessary to set up a Botnet were found by scanning the Internet for unencrypted access to the remote maintenance service Telnet. If Telnet accesses were found, a number of standard passwords were then tried out, which are used by major hardware manufacturers for delivery.
According to the post in the hacker forum, the list was created in October and November 2019 and is therefore relatively up-to-date. It is therefore to be expected that some of the devices can still be misused by unauthorized third parties over the Internet without much effort. Among other things, the information...
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