[HackerNews] Mozi IoT Botnet Now Also Targets Netgear, Huawei, and ZTE Network Gateways

Mozi, a peer-to-peer (P2P) botnet known to target IoT devices, has gained new capabilities that allow it to achieve persistence on network gateways manufactured by Netgear, Huawei, and ZTE, according to new findings.
“Network gateways are a particularly juicy target for adversaries because they are ideal as initial access points to corporate networks,” researchers at Microsoft Security Threat

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