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Creative hackers hide crypto malware in audio files

Hackers are getting more creative by hiding crypto malware inside audio files. Computer users should never open email attachments from unknown senders, and from now on they also need to reconsider opening WAV audio files. These files might contain concealed malware, which is being executed when the audio file is being played. According to a research report from cyber security firm BlackBerry Cylance…

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Robert Hoogendoorn

Robert Hoogendoorn

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Metaverse citizen, Web3 enthusiast, NFT collector. Learning about blockchain every day, sharing my knowledge and passion. Head of Content at DappRadar