Dutch municipal websites hacked by cryptominers

Tuesday 13 February 2018 | 13:39 CET | News
The websites of at least 25 Dutch municipalities and one Dutch province have been hit by a cyber attack. The hackers put their focus on the BrowseAloud/Texthelp plug-in, which can be used to read texts on the website.

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Categories: Internet
Countries: Netherlands
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