By Waqas According to a new report, around 415,000 routers throughout the world are infected with malware having the potential to steal computer resources and discreetly mine for the cryptocurrency. The campaign is an active one and it primarily targets MikroTik routers. Researchers claim that the cryptojacking attacks started in August and in the first string of […] This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: 415,000 routers infected by cryptomining malware – Prime target MikroTik
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