Instances of cryptojacking — where malicious actors use either malware or scripts within a website to surreptitiously mine for cryptocurrencies — have shown a marked fall since a peak in December 2017, according to statistics collated by the US security firm Symantec.
A recently discovered remotely exploitable vulnerability in the Apache Struts 2 Web framework is being leveraged by attackers to launch a cryptocurrency-mining campaign, the security firm F5 says.
The Lazarus group, an advanced persistent threat actor that is claimed to have North Korean links, has broken into a number of banks and cryptocurrency exchanges and fintech companies over the last few months, the security firm Kaspersky Lab claims.
ARM == more spectre bugs == no updates for planned obsolete devices like phones.
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I think Stan & ITWire are sensitive about anything that criticizes the CCP & Huawei.
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