Through a post on its official blog, the Netlab 360 actually alerted users of QNAP, one of the NAS heavyweights. Last weekend, its experts noted vulnerabilities in the products of the Taiwanese brand that was exploited to turn NAS into a cryptocurrency mine.
NetLap 360 explains that it began targeting QNAP products until March 2. Attackers use the remote command, which allows them to gain privileges Root In doing so, it gives them full access to the NAS. It is very easy to start cryptomining operations.
Even more annoying, hackers manage to cover NAS’s CPU usage so that users can’t easily notice the attack. The NetLap 360 indicates its invention to QNAP very quickly so that the manufacturer can act quickly.
We will not explicitly miss to let you know about the implications of this story, NetLap 360 on the tools that indicate this vulnerability firmware Date before August 2020. Will others be quiet?
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