Warning over spike in attacks on exposed Docker platforms

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Attackers have already scanned nearly 59,000 IP networks, claim researchers

Security researchers have warned of a campaign of internet scanning activity by a group of hackers hunting for Docker platforms with exposed API endpoints. Exposed platforms are then compromised...

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