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Cybercom Unit Posts Identified Malware Samples on VirusTotal

The cyber national mission force has uploaded unclassified malware samples to the VirusTotal website as part of its effort to share identified cyber vulnerabilities with industry, U.S. Cyber Command reported Monday.

CNMF also created a Twitter account to alert the cybersecurity community when it posts malicious software, computer viruses and other cyber threats on the website.

CNMF is a Cybercom unit that plans, synchronizes and leads cyber operations to defend and protect the country from potential threat actors.

VirusTotal is a Google-owned malware intelligence database.
 

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