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The Iowa State Universitys IT staff has discovered unauthorized access to a total of five servers. The machines in question contained some sensitive information, but the university believes that the attackers were simply trying to use their computing power to mine Bitcoins. According to the university, the compromised servers stored the social security numbers of […]

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Symantec has identified that servers running Apache Tomcat are being affected by a back door worm that acts as a Java Servelet; yet instead of creating a web page, it behaves as an IRC bot that receives commands from the attacker. Users landing on the pages from the compromised server are not in any danger […]

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