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In addition to routers, the malware also targets network-access storage devices.
Officials say VPNFilter is able to renter routers inoperable, and can potentially collect information passing through the router.
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Due to this, people are just resetting their routers, but leaving part of the malware still present after it is rebooted.
VPNFilter has also been targeting devices in Ukraine, which Talos notes "isn't definitive by any means". Experts say once you've turned the router back on, you will need to create a new, stronger password for your router. The group is notorious for attacking governments across the world and stealing confidential files from the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 election. Routers from Linksys, Mikrotik, and Netgear have been deemed most affected. Now, those attempts will be redirected to the FBI-controlled server, which will help identify infected devices.
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"The FBI will not allow malicious cyber actors, regardless of whether they are state-sponsored, to operate freely", said FBI Special Agent in Charge Bob Johnson in a statement. However, you'll have to set up your router again after resetting it. IoT started with computers, phones and tablets, but quickly has expanded to include voice-over-internet phone services, doorbells, security camera networks, thermostats, connected home devices such as Alexa, and even refrigerators. Security firms have published lists of affected routers, but this should by no means be considered a comprehensive collection.