Definition of sandworm
: any of various sand-dwelling polychaete worms: such asa : any of several large burrowing worms (especially genus Nereis) often used as baitb : lugworm
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Sandworm is also known for breaking into companies that deal with critical infrastructure.
Sandworm and Electrum may be the same group or two separate groups working within the same organization, but the forensic evidence shows they are related, said Robert M. Lee, chief executive of Dragos.
Maine harvesters are by far the U.S.’s largest suppliers of sandworms and bloodworms, twisty, fat critters that can grow longer than a foot and have teeth that inflict a painful bite.
Sandworms dipped by two thirds, to less than 130,000 pounds.
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