Cybersecurity

Report: Malware Targets Israeli Fintech Firms Working in Crypto, Forex Trading

Israeli fintech companies that work with forex and crypto trading are being targeted by malware, according to a blog post…

Denver Municipal Election: Another Small Stop on the Road to Universal Blockchain Voting

On March 7, news broke that Denver is slated to become the second United States jurisdiction to pilot a blockchain-powered mobile…

Businesses Increasingly See Crypto Mining Attacks in Cloud Infrastructures

Cryptocurrency mining is reportedly one of the most observed objectives of hackers attacking businesses’ cloud infrastructures, according to a report…

Report Shows Cryptojacking Is Prime Example of Shift Towards Discreet Cyberattacks

Cybercriminals are reportedly favoring unhurried approaches in attacks made for financial gains, with cryptojacking as a prime example of this…

Japan: Hacked IoT Devices and Cryptocurrency Networks Doubled in 2018

In Japan, the number of hacked Internet of Things (IoT) devices and cryptocurrency networks nearly doubled in 2018 when compared…

Kaspersky CEO: Cryptocurrencies Are Great, But the World Is not Ready Yet

Eugene Kaspersky, the CEO of the cybersecurity giant Kaspersky, stated in a recent interview that “cryptocurrencies are a great idea,…

Majority of 400 Vulnerable Docker Servers Found to Be Mining Monero, Research Shows

About 400 servers running virtualization software Docker were found to be vulnerable to outside exploitation. Most of them were seemingly…

PwC: Bitcoin Ransomware Hackers Laundered Money via WEX Exchange

Big Four consulting and auditing company PwC has linked Iranian nationals behind Bitcoin (BTC) ransomware scheme SamSam to the crypto…

Coinomi Wallet Addresses Vulnerability Concerns

Coinomi Wallet denied recent claims that its software sends wallet recovery seed phrases to Google’s remote spell checker servers in…

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