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FBI recommends routers be power cycled to disrupt malware infection

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The FBI recommends that small office and home office routers be power cycled – rebooted or unplugged for a few seconds, then plugged back in – to disrupt possible malware infection. The firmware (software that controls hardware) for these devices should also be updated to the latest version. Contact Esser Consulting LLC for help. More info: https://www.ic3.gov/media/2018/180525.asp

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