According to unconfirmed reports, there is a hidden access 'backdoor' in the Siemens SIMATIC S7-1200 PLC (programmable logic controller) which would give attackers access to any device.
Researchers at AdaptiveMobile Security recently detected a new vulnerability that uses the confirguration protocols used by a telco to provision a phone, making itessentially impossible for the user to block.
A script that mines for cryptocurrencies on Linux systems first needs to infect these systems, either by using brute force to guess SSH passwords or else by gaining entry through the use of stolen credentials that can be bought on dark web forums.
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