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January 15, 2019 by at Blockchain, Crime, News
The "Global Threat Index for December 2018" report from Israeli cybersecurity solutions company Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. has revealed that cryptocurrency mining malware has topped the chart for the 13th time in a row to be computer's most prevalent attacks, according to GlobeNewswire on January 14. Cryptocurrency Mining Malware...
While the price of bitcoin has nearly hit rock bottom from its $20,000 all-time-high of 2017, the bloodbath has not deterred bad actors from carrying out cryptojacking attacks. According to a Digital Trends report on December 4, 2018, rogue actors have installed crypto mining malware on 415,000 MikroTik routers globally. Cryptojackers on...
November 16, 2018 by at Blockchain, Crime, Finance, Mining, News, Platform
A report submitted by McAfee researchers on November 12, 2018, claims that a new crypto mining malware capable of mining different cryptocurrencies depending on the host’s system is on the loose. Russian Malware Attacks Global Networks Crypto-jacking malware and its attack vectors are becoming more efficient by the day. A...
October 13, 2018 by at Altcoins, Blockchain, Crime, Finance, Mining, News
Adobe’s Flash Player, once a prominent feature of the last decade to enable millions around the world to play internet games, has made its way to the hackers’ arsenal as they look to leverage all forms of customer-facing software to illegally mine cryptocurrencies, reported Finance Magnates on October 12, 2018....
October 3, 2018 by at Altcoins, Crime, Mining, News
There are approximately 200,000 Mikrotik routers that are potentially vulnerable to the latest security breach devised by hackers to install and spread cryptojacking software that mines Monero (XMR). A team called Bad Packets has been monitoring the spread of the infections ever since the security vulnerability was first reported on...
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