Cybersecurity researchers have identified a second ongoing global cyberattack that has quietly hijacked hundreds of thousands of computers around the world, including many in the United States, for a massive cryptocurrency mining operation.
Both iOS and Android devices are targeted by hackers, but data suggests there is more Android malware in circulation than for iOS; a recent report by F-Secure goes so far as to say 99 percent of all malware that targets mobile devices is designed for Android.
Apache Struts 2 installations are being targeted - and hacked in large numbers - by attackers who are exploiting a zero-day flaw in the platform to remotely execute code, security researchers warn.
Attackers have been using well-known, standard utilities to carry out attacks on organizations around the world, and covering their tracks by wiping their activity from the machine’s memory before its rebooted.
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One common way malware makes its way into the network.
(Distribution A - Unlimited) This Cyber Security and Information Systems Information Analysis Center (CSIAC) tools report (First Edition) provides a brief background on what malware is, the types of malware and how they operate, recent trends in malware capabilities, behaviors, and incidents, and what makes systems vulnerable to malware infection. The report