The COPA v Wright trial not only highlights the vulnerabilities of security systems but also sheds light on corporate theft, which has been observed in numerous legal proceedings in the past.
Ripple's Chris Larsen shared on X that his personal wallets had been hacked and funds had been stolen, saying that Ripple accounts were not compromised and that exchanges had frozen affected addresses.
While Celsius emerges from bankruptcy, FTX seems close to solving the $400 million hack in its platform after the arrest of three suspects allegedly tied to the case.
macOS owners willing to install cracked software are likely to install malicious files and turn off computer security protocols, making them an easy target.
North Korea reportedly earned $3 billion from stealing digital assets, which it used to evade sanctions and fund its nuclear ambitions.
Hackers from Lazarus Group from North Korea posed as macOS engineers and convinced actual engineers to download the malware and infect the exchange in April.
North Korea shows no sign of slowing its ‘crypto’ hacking operations and is increasing its use of Russian digital asset exchanges to launder its ill-gotten gains.
Cybercriminals use Advanced Installer to deploy block reward mining malware on unsuspecting victims' devices, targeting enterprises globally, according to reports.
A digital currency exchange gets hacked. The owners launch their own token. They repay the affected users with this new token minted out of nothing. Sound familiar?
The group of investors from Russia who lost $12 million are suing Atomic Wallet for failing to inform them or the authorities about the $100 million hack.
In the third installment of CoinGeek Conversations Summer Special series, Block Dojo entrepreneurs Mark Moores of Carby and Jean Lehmann of CyberXChain talk about carbon credits and ethical hacking.