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What Are The Signs Of A Hacked Router?

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You can’t log in to your router.
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You receive a ransomware message
3

All internet browsers lead to the same site.
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You see unrecognized devices on your network
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There’s strange software on more than one device.
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You can’t control your device

In our digital age, internet security is paramount, and it goes beyond protecting just our computers and phones. Your Wi-Fi router at home is also susceptible to hacking, which can lead to a range of threats. From hogging your bandwidth to spying on your internet traffic, hackers can cause serious harm. In this blog post, we will explore the hidden dangers of router hacking and provide practical tips on safeguarding your router from hackers.

Your router is responsible for managing the connection between your internet-connected devices and your home Wi-Fi. Once your router has been successfully hacked, the third party, can carry out a number of malicious activities including identity theft, malware attacks and website reroutes