There has been a total of six DeFi exploits that have happened so far in 2020, resulting in tens of millions of dollars worth of digital currency lost.
Users in India are nearly five times as likely as digital currency users elsewhere to encounter the so-called “cryptojacking” attacks.
Ledger learned about the incident on July 14 when a researcher participating in its bounty program discovered the data breach.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded InfoBeyond Technology LLC over $1 million to support its research on power grid security on the blockchain.
GMERA attacks Mac users via trading apps, opening users to vulnerabilities that allow for digital currency stored on the device to be stolen.
Lendf.me, the decentralized lending platform under DForce’s umbrella of DeFi services, was hacked for $25 million.
The malicious third-party extensions include those impersonating existing digital currency brands, such as Ledger, Trezor and Electrum.
Aqua Security researchers identified a malware campaign targeting misconfigured open Docker Daemon API ports.