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Cryptocurrency security
Elon Musk CryptoJackers Hijack Legit Accounts
Tricksters are back on Twitter imitating their most loved big name, Elon Musk, in an offer to persuade individuals to put resources into their imposter Bitcoin plot.   This time, the plan brings up difficult issues over the fact that it is so natural to seize and modify confirmed records on the informal organization. For...
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Cyber Hackers Attacked Irish Citizens with Email Fraud
Digital offenders are focusing on Irish clients as a major aspect of a worldwide email coercion battle, a main digital security organization has cautioned. SkOUT Secure Knowledge, which gives digital security innovation and answers for organizations, associations and SMEs and has its EMEA central command in Portlaoise, has detailed a sharp increment in the quantity...
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Clipboard Hijack
A new clipboard hijacking malware has been discovered this June, specifically targeting cryptocurrency credentials on matching accounts, mainly destination addresses, most notably for Bitcoin and Etherium users. So far, it has infected an estimated 300,000 computers worldwide, with a huge percentage running on Windows. In case you were wondering how this works, cryptocurrency transfers require...
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A Virus that decides whether your PC is good for Crypto-Mining or Ransomware
Ransomware and Cryptocurrency mining attacks have been very frequent this year. Attacking not only unsuspecting individuals, but corporate systems as well. They share a few similarities and mostly engage in digital currencies. And like other malwares and hacking tools, they are also on the verge of evolving. These are both non-complex intrusions in nature but...
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Dark Web: Credit Card Breach Dubbed Arabian Nights
Illicit cyber activities has been going on in the dark web. Despite the efforts of authorities and lawful groups, the trend of the black hats and cybercriminals still continues. Lately this month of July a dark web carding store known as Joker’s Stash has been releasing breached cards and dumps information from all around the...
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The Crypto-Criminal Bar Brawl
CryptoLocker made it into the scene in 2013 that really opened the age of ransomware on a grand scale. It spread like a wildfire in a form of attachment to spam messages and use RSA public key encryption to seal up users files, and monetizing by decrypting keys. As Avast notes that at its height...
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Cryptohackers Breach StatCounter to Steal Bitcoins
Cryptocurrency suffered big revenue loss since the beginning of 2017 as hackers find it more lucrative leaving Ransomware behind, That is (US)$882 million in funds stolen via focused assaults throughout at the least 14 exchanges. This hack provides another to the checklist,” Waller advised TechNewsWorld. CyrGate.io bitcoin exchange platform account holders were breached after adding...
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US$7.5M Worth of CryptoCurrencies stolen from Trade.io
Cyber Criminals have effectively pulled back 1.3 million of the stolen tokens. The Swiss cryptographic money trade is as yet exploring the reason for the rupture. Switzerland-based digital money trade Trade.io endured a break that brought about programmers taking around 50 million TIO (Trade.io tokens) from one of its wallets that was held in cool...
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Trading Platform and Cryptocurrency Hacks Blamed on North Korea
North Korea’s programmers and agents have completely embraced digital currency as a strategy for bypassing global authorizes and raising assets for the Pyongyang administration. Two reports discharged in the previous two weeks by Group-IB and Recorded Future, individually, uncover the profundities to which North Korea has gone to do as such, depending on hacks of...
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Mac Malware Targets Crypto-Community Forums
OSX.Dummy: Mac Malware Targets Crypto-Community Forums Attackers posing as admins are asking users from crypto-community channel forums of Slack and Discord to infect themselves with malware through the use of simple, and rather dumb, social engineering tactics. Mac researchers agreed naming the malware OSX.Dummy, for a reason. The following command was shared to unknowing crypto...
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