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Dubbed Beapy, the campaign aims to drop a file-based coinminer onto compromised machines, to hijack their computing power for the attackers’ benefit. First observed in January 2019, the activity has been increasing since March, the security firm says. Written in Python, the coinminer uses email as an initial infection vector, but also leverages the EternalBlue […]

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A medical billing service headquartered in Massachusetts has notified patients of a data breach, saying hackers may have exposed their data. The attack involved the infamous GandCrab ransomware. Cyber crooks have developed a taste for healthcare institutions and their affiliates in recent years, infecting their systems with ransomware or injecting code designed to steal data […]

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The speed at which cybercriminals operate can be worrying for those tasked with defending networks from attacks. Threat actors can weaponize vulnerabilities within days of them being discovered, and successful exploits or techniques will rapidly spread among criminal communities. Companies need to be sharing more security intelligence with industry peers to better defend against and […]

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