Hackers continue to evolve their malware to bypass traditional endpoint security solutions and evade their capabilities. Each new threat constitutes a potential catastrophe for enterprises of all sizes.
Ransomware possesses the most famous reputation. Certainly, it remains one of the oldest malware categories still in usage by hackers.
Cryptojacking holds the horrible title, and for understandable reasons. Hackers use malware to infect victim computers with a code which performs this cryptomining process on their endpoints.
The drama of the subtitle actually understates the danger of fileless malware. Of ransomware, cryptojacking, and fileless malware, fileless malware is both the youngest and perhaps the most dangerous.