Home wireless networks wide open

Tuesday, 20 February 2007, 12:16 PM EST

Research by the Indiana University School of Informatics (IUSI) has uncovered a security threat that could affect half of all home servers.

The attack uses a JavaScript application to change the domain name system settings on an unsecured router, or one that uses the default password.

At vnunet.

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