Mining malware continues to dominate cybersecurity threats by seeking out new vulnerabilities

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May 25, 2018
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“Devices that are cryptojacked today may be diverted to run more destructive payloads like ransomware, or targeted data theft attacks,” says Matt Walmsley, Vectra EMEA director. “The ‘noise’ generated by these low-level security events also provides cover for more targeted advanced attacks to hide within."

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