Warning over QSnatch malware infecting QNAP NAS devices

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After gaining access to a device, the malware injects malicious code into the firmware to gain persistence

Germany's computer emergency response team (CERT-Bund) has issued a warning over QSnatch malware that has infected more than 7,000 QNAP NAS devices in Germany alone. According to CERT-Bund, the ...

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