A cryptojacking campaign, dubbed Beapy, which is primarily affecting enterprises in China, has been revealed by one security firm which has cautioned that the campaign “acts as a warning” to Australian enterprises to implement measures to guard against the threat.
Online banking threats are of a higher concern than malware and cryptojacking, but despite the concerns Australians are still storing financial records or financial information such as tax file numbers and bank details on their digital devices, according to a new security research report.
My apologies, I did not mean to give that impression.
still expensive and rubbish
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