Carbon Black’s (CB) Threat Analysis Unit (TAU) has uncovered a secondary component in a well-known cryptomining campaign — a type of malware enhanced to also steal system access information for possible sale on the dark web. Combined together, this attack is being classified as “Access Mining.” This discovery indicates a bigger trend of commodity malware evolving to mask a darker purpose and will force a change in the way cybersecurity professionals classify, investigate and protect themselves from threats. Get this report to gain an understanding of how Assess Mining works, the risks, impacts on cybersecurity strategy and top findings.
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The dv01 financial reporting and analytics platform offers institutional investors transparency and insight into consumer lending markets. Based initially on PostgreSQL and Redshift data warehouse,…Continue reading