A dangerous new wave of cryptocurrency mining malware has struck the internet, and it has already infected thousands of high-value enterprises across Asia. Known as “Beapy,” the malware uses leaked NSA exploits and hacked credentials to spread through exposed networks as quickly as possible. It’s even capable of infecting patched machines. Cybersecurity research firm Symantec, which has been tracking the threat, reports Beapy is a file-based coinminer that uses email as an initial infection vector. “This campaign demonstrates that while crypto-jacking has declined in popularity with cyber criminals since its peak at the start of 2018, it is still a focus…

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