A recent internet security report from an independent cybersecurity firm has highlighted the growing threat of crypto-mining malware. Its findings highlight that in the first quarter of 2018 almost all common Linux downloader malware variants recorded were designed to deliver a cryptocurrency miner on Linux devices. Malicious Cryptocurrency Mining on the Rise According to the latest report from WatchGuard Technologies, the threat of malicious cryptocurrency miners is increasing and may emerge as a leading form of malware attack
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