Microsoft warns of evolved LemonDuck malware targeting Windows and Linux machines

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LemonDuck crypto miner has new features allowing key theft, introduction of backdoors and more, Microsoft warns

Microsoft has published a detailed report warning of an evolution in LemonDuck cryptomining malware enables threat actors to steal credentials, insert backdoors and carry out a variety of other mal...

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