Most Attacks on Cybersecurity Firm’s Decoy Servers Aimed at Mining Crypto: Report
An analysis of a year’s worth of cyberattacks on “honeypot” servers set up by the cybersecurity firm Aqua Security, shows a majority of the attacks targeted earning revenue through mining crypto on compromised servers.
These particular cloud servers were deliberately misconfigured to attract cyberattacks in an attempt to learn how such attacks take place and how to stop them. The study covers the period between June 2019 and July 2020.
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