Les mineurs en 2022 : chiffres, tendances et protection | Blog officiel de Kaspersky

Ces derniers temps, nous avons beaucoup parlé des cryptomonnaies, mais aussi des diverses arnaques et autres activités malveillantes qui ciblent la cryptomonnaie. Nos chercheurs ont récemment analysé la situation de mineurs malveillants, des programmes qui génèrent secrètement de la cryptomonnaie pour leur propriétaire en utilisant les ressources des ordinateurs d’autres personnes. Même si les mineurs […]

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Le cryptojacking via des vulnérabilités existantes : un problème croissant

La vulnérabilité Log4shell ayant été au cœur de l’actualité, notamment en fin d’année 2021, continue d’être exploitée. Récemment, des articles ont été publiés à propos de cybercriminels exploitant cette vulnérabilité Log4shell pour secrètement miner des crypto sur un système informatique fédéral. The post Le cryptojacking via des vulnérabilités existantes : un problème croissant first appeared […]

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How fast do cybercriminals capitalize on new security weaknesses?

Threat intelligence analysts at Skybox Research Lab uncovered a 42% increase in new ransomware programs targeting known vulnerabilities in 2021. The report revealed how quickly cybercriminals capitalize on new security weaknesses – shrinking the window that organizations have to remediate vulnerabilities ahead of an attack. Record-breaking growth in new vulnerabilities With 20,175 new vulnerabilities published […]

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Ransomware’s savage reign continues as attacks increase 105%

SonicWall released a report which details a sustained meteoric rise in ransomware with 623.3 million attacks globally. Nearly all monitored threats, cyberattacks and malicious digital assaults rose in 2021 including: ransomware, encrypted threats, IoT malware and cryptojacking. “Cyberattacks become more attractive and potentially more disastrous as dependence on information technology increases,” said SonicWall President and […]

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How cybercriminals are using malware to target Linux-based operating systems

As the most common cloud operating system, Linux is a core part of digital infrastructure and is quickly becoming an attacker’s ticket into a multi-cloud environment. Current malware countermeasures are mostly focused on addressing Windows-based threats, leaving many public and private cloud deployments vulnerable to attacks that target Linux-based workloads, VMware reveals. Key findings that […]

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