Routers are an ideal target for Hackers. If an attacker gains control of a router, they can monitor, redirect, block or otherwise tamper with a wide range of online activities of the target.
Worst-case scenario? Strangers from anywhere in the world can access your files, slip malware into your network, or use your own security cameras to spy on youâ€”all without ever laying a finger on your hardware.
How to find Router Vulnerability
To find out if your router has a security bug or not, please follow the instructions as follows:
1. Open your browser and log into the router by typing 192.168.1.1 or look at the back of your router for IP.
2. Go to settings and note the DHCP server Primary DNS and Secondary DNS. Supposedly the DNS server IP is 0.0.0.0 or IP DNS server you ISP.
3. Run the following script in the browser and click on the “script” below:
4. If the primary and secondary DNS addresses turn into like this, then the router vulnerable to exploitation DNSChanger2.
How to Fix Router Vulnerability:
Update your Router Firmware.