Report: the number of malware strains written in Go have increased by around 2,000% since 2017, after APTs and cybercrime groups adopted the language — There’s been a 2,000% increase of new malware written in Go over the past few years. — The number of malware strains coded …
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Report: The Number Of Malware Strains Written In Go Have Increased By Around 2,000% Since 2017, After APTs And Cybercrime Groups Adopted The Language (Catalin Cimpanu/ZDNet)
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Uzair is a features writer at Cafeer.de. He is a graduate of Emerson College and recently completed the MFA in writing.
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