8220 Hacker Group Attacking Windows & Linux Web Servers
The 8220 hacker group is exploiting both Windows and Linux web servers with crypto-jacking malware. It is believed that the group has access to the source code of both OSes, which enables them to exploit vulnerabilities in both systems.
This is not the first time the hackers have targeted Linux and Windows servers. The hackers use different methods to access the servers, including brute force attacks and remote code execution.
Luckily, there are ways you can protect yourself against these attacks. One way is using a firewall or other security software on your server. Another thing you can do is ensure your system is up-to-date.
Check out the article I've linked below for more details on this threat and how to mitigate your risk. Looking for more tips to secure your Linux web servers against exploits? Please reach out to me on X @lnxsec - I'd love to help you out!