Researchers from ESET say hackers mimicked popular wallets such as Trust Wallet and Coinbase and embedded a code giving backdoor access to user funds.
The hackers launched at least seven attacks targeting exchanges and investment firms and laundered the money through an intricate web of DEXes and mixers.
The latest Spider-Man film is proving quite popular, and hackers are taking advantage to spread a very well-disguised mining malware on torrent sites.
Panda Stealer is delivered through spam emails posing as business quotes to lure unsuspecting victims into opening malicious Excel files, according to Trend Micro.
Known as AppleJeus, it poses as legitimate digital currency trading software and has infected victims in over 30 countries around the world, according to federal authorities.
Authorities in the city of Bengaluru announced they had detained a man named Srikrishna on suspicion of hacking into government websites.
Beware of downloading these three applications—Jamm, DaoPoker and eTrade—as they will allegedly steal your digital currencies.
The suspect, who worked at the airport in the Italian city of Lamezia Terme, allegedly installed mining malware onto the airport's IT systems.
The present case is focusing on Alexander Vinnik’s alleged involvement in ransomware fraud to the tune of $159 million.
Cybercriminals are reportedly tricking owners of Electrum wallets into installing malware so they can steal user funds, according to reports.
Researchers at Talos Intelligence Group have noticed a sharp rise in DNS requests connected with its command-and-control servers since the end of August.