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Tech 18 June 2019
New malware impersonates BTC Turk crypto exchange to steal credentials
A new malware takes control of Android phones, and uses all sorts of inventive techniques of stealing a victims crypto.
Business 17 June 2019
Coincheck hacking investigation points to Russian hackers
Investigators believe that, because of the malwares used, Russian hackers are likely to blame for the biggest theft in history.
Business 12 June 2019
NiceHash runs afoul of authorities, again
Cryptocurrency mining marketplace NiceHash doesn’t seem to get the message. Hacking computers, or even offering software that enables hacks, is prohibited.
Business 5 June 2019
New crypto malware “BlackSquid” emerges
An aptly-titled malware has been discovered that can wreak havoc on web servers, removable storage devices and network drivers.
Tech 30 May 2019
New YouTube scam offers a ‘crypto generator’
Videos are being used to promote a "Bitcoin generator" tool on YouTube that purportedly shows viewers how to download and install an app to "make" free crypto.
Tech 30 May 2019
‘50,000 servers infected’ as cryptojacking hits new heights: study
A new script has reportedly infected as many as 50,000 servers worldwide, mining an obscure privacy-focused token without its hosts’ knowledge.
Business 29 May 2019
Expert warns app promising $45 daily is a scam, steals credentials
A new malware promises to passively make its users money, but the offer is too good to be true and has been revealed as a scam.
Business 24 May 2019
CipherBlade share a lesson about crypto theft
Coinomi have been blamed for losing a customers funds, but a new investigation shows they probably weren’t to blame at all.
Tech 16 May 2019
BTC-demanding hackers hold Baltimore hostage for second week
The unknown attackers took control of Baltimore City’s systems on May 7, effectively paralyzing the town’s operations.
Tech 3 May 2019
Shellbot cryptojacking malware shuts down other cryptominers
A new wave of malware selfishly turns off all other mining going on and takes all the processing power for itself.
Tech 8 May 2019
Hackers using Confluence servers to install cryptojacking malware
Hackers have found a way to use popular documentation app Confluence to install their cryptojacking software.
Business 1 May 2019
Over 150,000 machines used to DDoS Electrum wallets
Electrum BTC wallets are under an onslaught of DDoS attacks after millions were stolen by phishing attacks.