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News: Cryptojacking hits hundreds of high level Drupal sites

08.May.2018
Bob Egner
A widely-publicised Drupal flaw dubbed "Drupalgeddon2" has been exploited to cryptojack more than 340 government, corporate, and university websites.

Bob Egner, vice-president at Outpost24 told SC Media UK: “One of the reasons that these systems are being compromised is the security hygiene best practices are not being followed.  From the work we do with our customer base, it's not the case that the security team is falling short on assessment of known assets. Rather, it's that the business is making more technology decisions and purchases without including the security team in the process. It's difficult to monitor and patch the systems you don't know you own.”

 

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SC media outpost24 Cryptojacking hits hundreds of high level Drupal sites

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