Protecting Hadoop Clusters From Malware Attacks

Two new strains of malware–XBash and DemonBot–are targeting Apache Hadoop servers for Bitcoin mining and DDOS purposes. This malware is scanning the internet so vigorously for Hadoop clusters that an infection can occur within minutes of an insecure cluster being placed on the open internet. This blog post describes the mechanism this malware uses and offers specific actions to protect your Hadoop-based clusters.

A History of Hadoop Malware

Roughly two years ago there were a spate of attacks against the open source database solution MongoDB,

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