Coinhive continues to steal resources for mining
Attack Coinhive continues to evolve.
The malicious program Coinhive continues to drop crypto-currencies using the processors of unsuspecting users, the research of the provider of solutions for cyber security Check Point Software Technologies.
"Global threat impact index" shows that Coinhive attacks global organization, 23% of which suffered from malware in January this year.
Maya Horowitz, manager of the analytical group Check Point, said:
"Over the past three months, malware is steadily becoming an increasingly serious threat to organizations, as criminals consider them a lucrative source of revenue."
But not only the malicious Monero miner, the Coinhive application attacks organizations' computers, although this application is the most active.
Researchers from Check Point identified two more dangerous software: Fireball (designed to capture the browser and turn it into a full-fledged malware downloader), and Rig ek (malware that provides exploits for Java, Flash, Internet Explorer and Silverlight), reports Cryptovest.
Author: Evgenij Novožilov, Analyst Freedman Club Crypto News
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