Microsoft Seized No-IP Domains, Millions of Dynamic DNS Service Users Suffer Outage | The Hacker News

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In an effort to crackdown on cyber crimes, Microsoft has taken a legal action against a malware network what it thought is responsible for more than 7.4 million infections of Windows PCs across the globe.


Millions of legitimate servers that rely on Dynamic Domain Name Service (DDNS) from, owned by Vitalwerks Internet Solutions were blacked out on Monday after Microsoft seized their 23 domain names that were being used by malware developed in the Middle East and Africa.


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