BSNL broadband users you need to change your password now as the state owned telecom operator has struck by malware attack. BSNL has asked its customer to change their modem password. As per BSNL at least 2,000 modems have been attacked by this Malware.
BSNL Chairman Anupam Shrivastava has said “The situation has been addressed to a great extent. We are advising customers that they should immediately change their passwords, and they should not be worried about using broadband once they have done that,”
The attack has took place this week, he said, BSNL call centers are already trying to alert their customers.
The Chairman has said this malware has not affected the billing cycle of BSNL Although its has changes login password of many users. This has lead to login failure, Shrivastava said that during the attack, malware was rapidly changing the passwords of end users.
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