September 17, 2015

Hackers Home in on Health, Education, Government Sectors

Some folks may sigh with relief at the absence of evidence any data was pinched from Excellus, but Adam Kujawa, malware intelligence leader at Malwarebytes, isn’t one of them.

Since the attackers had administrative privileges, they probably could access files on the system in unencrypted form, he told TechNewsWorld.

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