Nov. 15, 2023, 1:33 p.m. | Kishalaya Kundu

TechSpot www.techspot.com


The letter claims that every time these infected set-top boxes are switched on and connected to the internet, they immediately start communicating with botnet servers and click-fraud networks that are extensively used by cybercriminals to make advertising money by producing bogus ad clicks. Additionally, the malware lets the criminals use...

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