https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2017/05/home-router-botnet-shut-past-72-hours/

On April 11th, 3 weeks ago, we published a story discussing routers at a specific set of ISPs that have been hacked. These routers have been used to launch attacks on WordPress websites. The ISPs with compromised routers included Telecom Algeria, BSNL in India, PLDT in the Philippines and many more large ISPs around the world.

When we discovered this botnet

https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2017/05/home-router-botnet-shut-past-72-hours/

On April 11th, 3 weeks ago, we published a story discussing routers at a specific set of ISPs that have been hacked. These routers have been used to launch attacks on WordPress websites. The ISPs with compromised routers included Telecom Algeria, BSNL in India, PLDT in the Philippines and many more large ISPs around the world.

When we discovered this botnet

https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2017/05/home-router-botnet-shut-past-72-hours/

On April 11th, 3 weeks ago, we published a story discussing routers at a specific set of ISPs that have been hacked. These routers have been used to launch attacks on WordPress websites. The ISPs with compromised routers included Telecom Algeria, BSNL in India, PLDT in the Philippines and many more large ISPs around the world.

When we discovered this botnet

https://www.wordfence.com/blog/2017/05/home-router-botnet-shut-past-72-hours/

On April 11th, 3 weeks ago, we published a story discussing routers at a specific set of ISPs that have been hacked. These routers have been used to launch attacks on WordPress websites. The ISPs with compromised routers included Telecom Algeria, BSNL in India, PLDT in the Philippines and many more large ISPs around the world.

When we discovered this botnet

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