Decade-old botnets continue to adapt to the current threat landscape, as seen through the wide-ranging malicious activities of the resilient Phorpiex botnet.
The Lemon Duck cryptocurrency-mining botnet was seen behind a spike of April attacks exploiting the Microsoft Exchange server ProxyLogon flaw.
An uninstall process, pushed out to infected devices as part of the takedown of Emotet by law enforcement, has been triggered to kill the malware.
Yet another cryptocurrency mining malware family is attempting to compromise the Microsoft Exchange ProxyLogon flaws.
The KashmirBlack botnet exploits multiple flaws in popular content management systems (CMS) is behind millions of attacks per day, including mining for cryptocurrency, redirecting website traffic to spam sites, and defacing websites, Imperva said.