NSA's Microsoft SMB protocol exploit EternalBlue returns with WannaMine cryptocurrency-jacking malware

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If you haven't patched against EternalBlue yet, you probably deserve to be crypto-jacked

EternalBlue is back - although it never really went away. This time, the US National Security Agency (NSA) exploit, released last year by the Russia-linked Shadow Brokers group, has been embedde...

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