Stantinko was created back in 2012, and the botnet has since grown rapidly. Since its creation, it has infected roughly half a million machines located in Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, and various othe The post Crypto-jacking botnet Stantinko may be using YouTube to hide seamlessly appeared first on AMBCrypto. read whole article

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