Linux servers running Redis NoSQL database vulnerable to Linux.Lady crypto-currency mining Trojan

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Linux.Lady Trojan turns Linux servers into manic miners

Organisations running the popular Redis NoSQL database have been advised to double-check their configurations following the discovery of a crypto-currency mining Trojan taking advantage of poor out...

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