Tracking the global spread of malware
Approximately 10-16 percent of organizations have shown evidence of malicious command and control (C2) activities, strongly indicating a network breach within the last year, according to Akamai. Emotet and QSnatch Akamai observes nearly seven trillion DNS requests daily and classifies malicious DNS transactions into three main categories: malware, phishing and command and C2. These attacks present a major threat to both enterprises and home users. They analyzed malicious DNS data and linked attackers to malware … More
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