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Cameras and DVRs used in massive Minecraft server DDoS attack

Internet-connected devices like cameras, thermostats, and even locks are being sold to us as a convenience. Unfortunately they’ve become a major convenience for criminals, too. This month, a massive DDoS attack was launched […]
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