BlackBerry and Intel Tackle Cryptojacking Malware With New Detection Tool
BlackBerry and Intel are hoping to halt cryptojacking attempts on Intel's commercial PCs with a new mining malware detection tool.
New research from Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 tracks the rise and fall of illicit XMR mining in the cloud.
Of the 16,371 attacks on Aqua Security's decoy servers over the last year, 95% were aimed at mining cryptocurrency through deploying malicious programs.
Intel’s new technology aims to more accurately detect malware regardless of the malicious code’s obfuscation techniques.
Their neural network works faster and more reliably than non-AI systems, researchers said.
A monero mining script has been embedded in a public instance of an AWS virtual machine. How many others are similarly infected?