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Cryptojacking is up 459% in 2018, and it’s the NSA’s Fault

Cryptojacking is up 459% in 2018, and it’s the NSA’s Fault

A report from the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA) indicates a massive 459% increase in the rate of illegal cryptojacking, through which hackers hijack computer processing power to mine cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and monero. As CCN recently reported, the Indian government was recently targeted in a cyberattack which hijacked processing power from government website servers to mine cryptocurrency.

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