It’s happened once again…

Recent headlines heralded the latest in cryptomining hacks to leverage stolen NSA exploits. This time in the form of PyRoMine, a Python-based malware which uses an NSA exploit to spread to Windows machines while also disabling security software and allowing the exfiltration of unencrypted data. By also configuring the Windows Remote Management Service, the machine becomes susceptible to future attacks.

Despite all the investments in cyber protection and prevention technology, it seems that the cyber terrorist’s best tool is nothing more than variations on previous exploits because most security products really can’t accommodate every variation of zero-day malware detection in order to prevent the ensuing damage.

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