New variant of Mirai botnet malware targets enterprise IoT devices

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Mirai botnet malware is held responsible for some most deadly DDoS attacks ever seen. Image via Pixabay
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Mirai botnet malware is held responsible for some most deadly DDoS attacks ever seen. Image via Pixabay

Mirai was responsible for some of the biggest DDoS attacks ever seen

Security experts from Unit 42, the threat intelligence group of Palo Alto Networks, have discovered a new variant of the Mirai IoT malware, targeting enterprise-focused devices rather than the vulnerable...

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