What is hacking router?
Router hacking is a technique that redirects you from legitimate sites to malicious sites in an effort to reach your account and personal information or to infect your computer.
For example, suppose a hacker invading your router. By replacing the router’s DNS settings, any time you navigate to your PayPal.com can instead be taken to a website that the hacker created to look like PayPal.com.
If you think the site looks legitimate, you can enter your username and password to access the site. Hackers then have that information and can use it to access your PayPal account really.
NightIn hackers hack a router, the site navigation could be anything: Google, your bank, or a credit card company. It can be any place where you can provide account or personal information that hackers can capture.
The other scenario is that navigation can send you to malicious sites that then tries to install malware on your computer.
Hack a router is possible, but not common.
Most router hacks occur from computers in your internal network. That means you may have malware on your computer one or more and its access router. This can occur in many different ways on your computer.
I’m not sure about the device.
But since you asked, let’s talk a little about this scenario
Hack a physical router does not leave any mark on your computer, so your anti-virus and anti-malware programs will not detect anything. All navigation happens on your router, so you will not find any evidence.
However, if the router was hacked by malicious software on one of your systems, then perhaps malicious software that can be detected.
While router hacking can happen to anyone, I do not believe that is what is happening in your case.
I suspect that the activity you’re seeing on your computer is more likely because you are infected with malware or somehow, someone else is using your device when you’re away.
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