Crypto attacks on cloud infrastructure on the rise

| March 18, 2019

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According to a new report made by AT&T Cybersecurity wing of the United States, many crypto attacks seem to be focused on cloud infrastructures. The report revealed that organizations of all sizes continue to face significant crypto mining attacks despite the ongoing bearish market. Hackers seem to be using four main tactics to gain cryptocurrencies. These include control panel exploitation, spreading malicious Docker images, compromising container management platforms, and theft of application programming interfaces (APIs).

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