How to defend against rogue DHCP server malware

Recently there have been reports of “rogue DHCP server” malware — trojans that automatically install their own DHCP servers on your network and compete with your legitimate server. Using rogue DHCP servers, attackers can intercept and redirect traffic from any device that uses the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) — workstations, printers, laptops, copiers and more.

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