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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1789 PowerShell threats surge: 95.4 percent of analyzed scripts were malicious
Malicious PowerShell scripts are on the rise, as attackers are using the framework’s flexibility to download their payloads, traverse through a compromised network, and carry out reconnaissance. Symantec analyzed PowerShell malware samples to find out how much of a danger they posed.

Of all of the PowerShell scripts analyzed through the BlueCoat Malware Analysis sandbox, 95.4 percent were malicious. This shows that externally sourced PowerShell scripts are a major threat to enterprises.
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#1793 Sony closes backdoors in IP-enabled cameras
#1792 Researchers find fresh fodder for IoT attack cannons
#1791 Zeus variant ‘Floki bot’ targets PoS data
#1790 Bluetooth 5 official: Faster data transfer, increased range for seamless IoT
#1789 PowerShell threats surge: 95.4 percent of analyzed scripts were malicious
#1788 Goldeneye ransomware: the resumé that scrambles your computer twice
#1787 Here are some best practices for preventing DDoS attacks
#1786 Ransomware gives free decryption keys to victims who infect others
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