Cryptojacking Attacks on MikroTik Routers Doubles
Cybercriminals across the globe have made MikroTik routers their permanent ground for infecting users with crypto-jacking malware since summer. Due to their found love in infecting Latvian network routers the number of affected routers has doubled from a mere 280,000 in September to now 415,000 routers. According to security researcher VriesHd, the infected routers are… (0 comment)

St. Francis Xavier University Are the Recent Victims of Cryptojacking
Before even the dust of the fake adobe flash updates has been used to push malware settles, cybercriminals have unleashed terror on the network of a university in Canada. St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia system was the playground for a cryptojacking excise that led to the university pulling down its network. Cybercriminals are… (0 comment)