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Researchers at ESET discovered a malicious crypto-mining campaign launched via the Kodi platform that used add-on repositories to spread malware through Kodi's ecosystem and mine for Monero.
Researchers discovered two new monero malware attacks: one that targets Windows with stealthy mining operations, and another that masquerades as a Google Play Store update for Android.
Researchers observed a new threat actor known as Rocke leveraging a varied tool kit and multiple payloads to distribute cryptomining malware, including Monero miners.
Researchers from Quick Heal Security Labs discovered a new family of ransomware that spreads via spam emails and appends the extension ".Armage" to all files it encrypts.
The creators of a ransomware-as-a-service threat dubbed Princess Evolution are looking for affiliates to spread the Rig exploit kit in exchange for 60 percent of what's stolen.
Insider threats are not only the most common cause of cybersecurity risk, but also the costliest and hardest to detect.