Hackers are getting more hands-on with their attacks. That’s not a good sign

There’s been a sharp rise in sophisticated hands-on hacking campaigns over the course of this year, with the first six months of 2020 seeing more of these intrusions than the total number for the whole of 2019. A hands-on intrusion is when human hackers actively explore compromised systems themselves rather than relying on programmed scripts which perform automated tasks.

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