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Governments worldwide to crack down on ransomware payment channels

15 octobre 2021 à 11:13
Senior officials from 31 countries and the European Union said that their governments would take action to disrupt the cryptocurrency payment channels used by ransomware gangs to finance their operations. [...]

MyKings botnet still active and making massive amounts of money

13 octobre 2021 à 19:14
The MyKings botnet (aka Smominru or DarkCloud) is still actively spreading, making massive amounts of money in crypto, five years after it first appeared in the wild. [...]

Huawei Cloud targeted by updated cryptomining malware

11 octobre 2021 à 16:44
A new version of a 2020 crypto-mining malware that was previously targeting Docker containers has now been spotted focusing on new cloud service providers like the Huawei Cloud. [...]

Crypto platform mistakenly gives $90M to users, asks for refund

1 octobre 2021 à 19:27
Par : Ax Sharma
In a major blunder, cryptocurrency platform Compound accidentally paid out $90 million among its users. Shortly after the mistake, the platform's founder began asking users to return the money—or else they would be reported to IRS, and possibly doxxed, threatened the founder. [...]

Hackers rob thousands of Coinbase customers using MFA flaw

1 octobre 2021 à 16:32
Crypto exchange Coinbase disclosed that a threat actor stole cryptocurrency from 6,000 customers after using a vulnerability to bypass the company's SMS multi-factor authentication security feature. [...]

Ukraine takes down call centers behind cryptocurrency investor scams

28 septembre 2021 à 15:25
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has taken down a network of six call centers in Lviv, used by a ring of scammers to defraud cryptocurrency and stock market investors worldwide. [...]

Ethereum dev admits to helping North Korea evade crypto sanctions

27 septembre 2021 à 21:14
Cryptocurrency expert Virgil Griffith pled guilty today to assisting the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in evading U.S. sanctions by conspiring to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) and Executive Order 13466. [...]
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