Cryptojacking has become one of the most active and pervasive threats in recent years. In a cryptojacking attack, a cryptocurrency mining script is injected into a server or a webpage to take advantage of the victim system's CPU power.
The first article in this series defined cryptojacking and why it is a cybersecurity risk. In this article, we'll outline how organizations can defend themselves from cryptojacking and take proactive steps to reducee the risk of becoming an unwitting accomplice to a cryptojacking attack.
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