Ditching the default DNS service can boost performance, reliability and security. Here are the optionsShareTwitterFacebookLinkedInAny attentive business or home user will quickly change their internet service provider if availability is not up to scratch and yet few realise they can do exactly the same thing with the 'name servers' resolving the global Domain Name System. Doing this costs nothing and the benefits in terms of improved performance and security can be significant, yet few bother.
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A rival hacker group to the infamous Lizard Squad has been discovered quietly using a previously unknown global botnet of compromised broadband routers to carry out DDoS and Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attacks. The discovery was made by security firm Incapsula (recently acquired by Imperva), which first noticed attacks against a few dozen of its customers in December 2014 since when the firm estimates its size to exceed 40,000 IPs across 1,600 ISPs with at least 60 command and control (C2) nodes.